Dual-core trotting Motorola DROID X2 is now priced sensibly at $59.99 through Amazon
Roughly a little more than 2 weeks ago, we’ve seen Wirefly aggressively push the dual-core trotting handset by pricing it down to $99.99 on-contract, which is indeed an impressive price point for it. Well, just like most things technology related, we’re once again seeing its priced being dropped to make it one alluring handset from afar.
Flaunting an even better $59.99 new customer on-contract price through Amazon, the online retailer surely knows how to capture some attention - albeit, upgrade customers need to shell out $119.99 for it. Needless to say, it’s undoubtedly going to attract some people, but considering that it’s seeing competition from the recently released Motorola DROID 3, the only thing it can do at this point to separate itself is to lower its pricing.
Therefore, if you’re not located in a 4G LTE market, then you might want to consider picking up the DROID X2 since it’s packing some serious firepower under the hood.
source: Amazon via Unwired View
1. stop4it (unregistered) posted on 25 Jul 2011, 17:58 0 0
I have the Droid X2, not happy with it, I have to reboot it daily otherwise it hangs. This seems to be a common problem from what I read on other web sites.
2. TreyTreyTaylor posted on 26 Jul 2011, 12:47 0 0
Gingerbread should help that. Don't know when it's getting it tho. Why would moto not include it on their first dual core for verizon? Love em, but motos f*ckin up.