Motorola DROID X not only gets a cut in price, but also a cut in internal memory
0. phoneArena posted on 15 Feb 2011, 22:24
Verizon has slashed the price of its flagship Motorola DROID X to $149.99 while Costco has the device for as low as $9.99 with a 2 year contract; at the same time, the DROID X will now come with a 2GB microSD card once all of the units with a 16GB pre-installed card are sold out...
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1. cj100570 posted on 15 Feb 2011, 23:11 2 0
The headline for this story is very misleading. The internal storage on the Droid X hasn't been cut, the external storage, via micro sd card, has been cut from 16GB to 2GB . The phone still comes with the 8GB of internal memory that it always has.
2. deezy posted on 15 Feb 2011, 23:19 0 0
"Do you feel lucky?"
yeah because you could ask the rep to check the phones to see if any of the phones in stock have the 16 gb or the 2 gb card. It's a pain in the ass but they'd comply.
I sold 2 today that they were waiting on this price cut but they figured it'd be after the thunderbolt was released.
3. Droid_X_Doug posted on 16 Feb 2011, 00:42 0 0
I wonder whether/if there is going to be a real Droid X2. From the specs, the Bionic would be a natural replacement for the Droid X. Maybe VZW is clearing out inventory of the Droid Xs and a price cut is a way to move the remaining inventory?
It is getting curiouser and curiouser....
5. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 16 Feb 2011, 01:18 0 0
This was a great phone until 2.2 was released for it. It became way too buggy and laggy, it was great at 2.1.
6. msa1988 posted on 16 Feb 2011, 07:15 0 0
Hopefully verizon is just trying to clear its shelves for all these 4g phones that were released yesterday...
7. Bryon (unregistered) posted on 24 Feb 2011, 19:01 0 0
Oh, dual core powered system. That sounds nice. Perhaps I need to reconsider my budget. Thanks for mentioning that. I want to get seamless video streaming for my DISH Network employee Sling adapter. I can watch live or DVR recordings anywhere my service works and I LOVE it. I'm a TV junkie and I don't have enough time to just sit in front of the TV with a family and bringing work home.