Motorola Droid 3 is one of the most anticipated Verizon devices, which comes with a fully redesigned slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and it has been available for sale at Verizon’s online stores since July 7th. As Verizon promised, people can now purchase the Motorola Droid 3 handset at Verizon’s retails stores starting today with the same price tag of $199.99. If you are looking for a decent price cut on this handset, then you should immediately head over to Amazon Wireless stores, as the internet giant retailer is offering the Motorola Droid 3 handset for just $149.99 on a two-year contract. That means, it is $50 cheaper than what the carrier is originally asking for. The takers have to subscribe for a two-year contract with the carrier, who are about to buy it at Verizon stores or Amazon stores. Droid 3 is a great option for QWERTY keyboard lovers, and don’t care about 4G speeds, as it is lacking Big Red’s 4G LTE network connectivity support.
Motorola Droid 3 Features:
# Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.
# 5-row keyboard with dedicated number row.
# Dual core TI OMAP 1 GHz processor with 512MB RAM.
# 4-inch qHD display with 540 X 960 pixel of resolution.
# 8MP rear camera with LED flash.
# 1080p HD video recording.
# VGA front-facing camera.
# CDMA/Quadband GSM/Triband UMTS bands.
# USB 2.0, HDMI, DLNA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FM radio, 3.5mm headphone jack.
# 1080p output via HDMI.
# 1540mAh battery.
Read: Motorola Droid 3 Full Specifications.
You can grab the Motorola Droid 3 handset at Amazon Wireless Stores for $149.99 on contract, and the offer applies to those who are adding a line to their family plans or upgrading their existing Verizon phones, or else you can head into your local Verizon store today to buy it for $199.99 (hit the links), and it would cost $459.99 without any contract as a full retail price at Verizon’s online stores.
Update: Wirefly (hit the link) is also selling the Droid 3 for $149.99, and off-contract, it costs $549.99 at Wirefly.
Are you buying it or waiting for Motorola Droid Bionic 4G handset, which is slated for summer release?
[Source: Amazon Wireless, Wirefly]