Wirefly has said there is no Skype video chat at launch. As a wild guess, they may wait until those who act too slow and get a 4g phone in the summer are paying for tiered data, which is only rumored to occur. If enough of the crowd is paying for tiered, they can afford to open up streaming video apps and let those of us who slid in under the tiered gate to grandfather unlimited have it as well.
$30 for unlimited data is delicious. That's gotta make everybody looking at 4g on Verizon happy, not just the TB crowd.
The $250 price is good for those of us using our last NE2, putting the final cost at $150-200 depending on the type of retiring phone. Those who don't have an NE2 can pay $200 at wirefly.
Think twice before you lock into another 2 years, from what i've gathered the targa is blowing both the bionic and thunderbolt out of the water in terms of specs.The Motorola Targa will definitely be a Verizon 4G LTE capable smartphone as the description on the back is clearly visible. And while at the back, you can see the protrusion which leads us into thinking that it will have a high-end camera with flash -- anyone able to read how many megapixels the text on the back says (hint: two-figure number)?. There's a front-facing webcam at the top and a chrome finish to the bezel in the vein of the alleged Droid 3.
My only worry about a single core phone is that if I'm going to sign a 2 year contract you can bet that dual core OS and app optimization will happen long before I'm due for an upgrade. That means you'll have to watch all of the dual-core owners have fun for several months (possibly even a year) before you can upgrade your hardware to see what you're missing. This looks soooo juicy though.
Can't resist... hand... reaching... *ugh*... for wallet...
...body...too strong... *ugh*...mind...is weak...