Looks like the DROID invasion is starting a little early -- we were just sent these pics of Motorola's beastly Android slider on sale at an unspecified Best Buy Mobile somewhere deep within America's heartland. Or perhaps it's lurking around the fringe of our nation's coasts. In either case, we're told BBM reps can potentially sell you a DROID as of today, so it might be worth checking...
Walmart "king of the undercutters" is advertising the Motorola Droid for $188 with a 2 year contract and $298 with a one year contract. This is the real deal folks, no mail in rebate, no instant rebate, no gift card, etc. For those looking to purchase the phone without the contract, Wallyworld will have it for $500.00 compared to Verizon at $599.00. This might not be available in all stores, so visit...
- Operating System: Google Android (Cupcake)
- Processor: Qualcomm® MSM7600™, 528MHz
- Internal Memory: 512MB ROM / 288MB RAM
- Display: 3.2-inch 320 x 480 HVGA Resolution Capacitive Touch Screen
- Technology: CDMA: Dual-band 800/1900MHz, CDMA2000 1xRTT/1xEVDO rev. A
- Email: Support for Office Outlook Mobile® and Microsoft Exchange® with Direct Push...
Verizon has focused all of it's attention on the Motorola Droid release tomorrow, but don't forget about another Verizon Droid phone that should not be over looked. The HTC Droid Eris will also be in Verizon stores tomorrow with a much cheaper price tag and some of the same features. The phone is essentially Verizon's version of Sprint's HTC Hero.
5 Megapixel Camera
3.2-inch Capacitive Display...
MobileCrunch has confirmed New York Verizon stores will open up even earlier then the previous announcement of 7 AM. So for you early, early birds or night owls it's time to grab a cup of coffee and hit your favorite Verizon store at midnight!
Almost one day before the big Motorola Droid launch and everything seems on track for a very successful first day. The first impressions and feedback on many blogs have been outstanding with only a few minor complaints mentioned. One of those complaints appears to be a problem with the built in camera and the autofocus capabilities.
DroidForums member Shatteredzman has just tipped us off to a...
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