Samsung Droid Charge is the second LTE 4G capable Verizon branded phone. If you don’t want to pay $299, and neither $199 (Certified Pre-Owned price tag) for a new LTE 4G Android smartphone from Verizon, the internet giant retailer Amazon has got you covered. Amazon is now offering the Samsung Droid Charge handset for only $69.99 with a new 2-year contract agreement.
We are sure that you may want to wait for Verizon’s next LTE-based smartphone – Motorola Droid Bionic, which will carry some great features and solid hardware, and it set to hit the Verizon markets in September. But still, if you don’t want to wait for the next biggy thing and looking to experience the blazing fast data speeds right away, Amazon’s $49 Samsung Droid Charge is definitely worth your attention, as long as you’re a new Verizon customer willing to sign a two-year contract with the carrier.
Samsung Droid Charge Features:
# 4.3” AMOLED Plus Display with 480 X 800 pixels of resolution.
# 1GHz Hummingbird processor
# 8 Megapixels rear-facing & 1.3MP front-facing cameras.
# 720p HD video recording.
# 2GB onboard storage.
# 4G LTE capability.
# Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.
# Bluetooth, HDMI-out.
# Pre-installed Amazon Kindle Reader, Blockbuster apps.
# Wi-Fi Hotspot support up to 10 devices.
You should immediately head over to Amazon Wireless Stores to grab the Samsung Droid Charge handset for just $49.99 on a two-year contract as a new Verizon. If you are a Verizon subscriber already, you can still buy this handset for $120 with applicable contract renewal, which is still considerably cheaper than retail.
[Source: Amazon Wireless]