Rightfully so, that’s exactly what we’re seeing with the Motorola DROID 3, which recently was dropped to $99.99 with your signature with a 2-year contract. For the price, it easily moves into the price category dominated by mid-range devices and will entice those looking for a decent high-spec’d smartphone, but aren’t located in a 4G LTE location.
Now that’s all fine and dandy making the DROID 3 more than buyable at this point, but it does kind of allude to the pricing we might see with the Motorola DROID 4. Although we managed to get some hands-on time at CES with the upcoming device, Big Red has been hush about announcing its pricing – though, seeing that this is packing 4G LTE connectivity sometime, once can assume for it to follow in succession to other devices. Meaning, it could easily go for $250 or $300 with a contract, but then again, it doesn’t seem to be as premium in terms of offerings and quality over the DROID RAZR.
source: Verizon via IntoMobile