Amazon gives the Motorola DROID 4 its customary price drop already - down to only $100
Now that’s great and dandy, seeing that it won’t break the bank for most people, unlike some of the premium priced smartphones that flaunt prices that are well into the $300 mark. Before driving to that local Verizon store, you probably want to take into consideration the offering that Amazon has going for the newly available 4G LTE smartphone – especially if you’re a new customer.
Without hesitation, online retailing giant Amazon has slashed the price of the new Motorola DROID 4 in half! Yes people, it’s now selling for $99.99 for those new customers willing to sign a 2-year contract with Big Red! Indeed, that’s stellar pricing for a brand spanking new smartphone that just went official today, but upgrade customers are still getting some love. In fact, they’re still getting a decent discount, as they can pick it up for $149.99.
1. AndresJ posted on 10 Feb 2012, 11:20 2 1
Display su*ks on Droid 4, so no-go for me, but quite reasonable price. Wish more phones would be with this kind of price.
3. cthunder posted on 10 Feb 2012, 14:04 1 1
I am so sick of everyone saying the display sucks on the Droid 3 and 4. Sure it's not super amoled but the display is still clear.
4. ericsorensen posted on 10 Feb 2012, 14:46 1 1
The display is clear when nothing is moving on it. Scrolling looks terrible - and they could have made the screen bigger, too. Too much bezel on that thing. Not enough for an upgrade from the droid 3 in my opinion. But, most people would be coming from a D1 or D2 anyway.
6. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 11 Feb 2012, 01:59 1 0
Yea I would love to see a 4.3 inch display with a slide out keyboard, but then again that would hurt phones with the same screen size that are touch screen only.
The reason people are hating on the Droid 4 is because compare it to the RAZR, Galaxy Nexus, hell even HTC uses Super LCD and they all look so much better. The screen looks so washed out. Samsung is advancing their AMOLED displays while Motorola is far behind. The RAZR gave me hope that Motorola was going to start jumping on it and improving their displays but it looks like even they think the Droid 4 isnt worth it.
The battery is non removable yet its smaller than even the original RAZR, at least it was super thin to justify. While the Droid 4 isnt super thick its just not a large battery like it should be.
5. greenrolaids posted on 10 Feb 2012, 15:12 1 0
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