Motorola Droid 4 Pricing Leaked, Better Than Expected

Motorola Droid 4 Pricing Leaked, Better Than Expected

Just 2 days ago, Verizon and Motorola officially announced the Motorola Droid 4, which was probably one of the most anticipated Android devices of 2012. Being the most powerful 4G LTE smartphone, it’s also the thinnest QWERTY phone so far. We know all about the specifications of this smartphone, what we don’t know is the launch date and price of it at the moment, but there are always leak shots to help us out.

Our friends over at Droid-Life got some info about the price of the device. According to them,` Big Red is planning to launch this super phone for $249.99 with a 2-yr contract, whereas the device was expected to launch with a price tag of $299.99.

MAP (minimum advertised price) list are accurate most of the times, and if Verizon is really launching it for $249.99, then I am sure a lot would be interested because this price is way better than $299, and that’s what users are looking for, a cheaper device with amazing specs.

Well, so who’s planning to add Droid 4 to their 2012 Wish list? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Droid Life

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  1. Jim
    January 11, 14:41 Reply

    “Well, so who’s planning to add Droid 4 to their 2012 Wish list?”

    Not me, this years replacement phone will have an unlocked bootloader.

  2. Alex Everingham
    January 11, 15:23 Reply

    I feel like this is the first worthy successor to the Droid 1. Too bad I got a phone last year and won’t be upgrading for a while.

  3. Ben-Jamin
    January 11, 15:36 Reply

    Notice how there is no D3 on there any more. How much do you want to bet D3 doesn’t get ICS. 

  4. Ken Pauley
    January 12, 12:53 Reply

    That ship is already sailing. Pulled from the dock 2 days ago. I have users that want a physical keyboard but VZ was too arrogant to release this phone when a majority of our D1s started flipping out. Now their D1s are being replaced with GNexes and IPhones. 

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