Best Buy halts DROID X pre-orders after 5 days?

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Best Buy halts DROID X pre-orders after 5 days?
As we reported, Best Buy started taking pre-orders last week for the Motorola DROID X. Wednesday came word that after just 5 days of taking pre-orders for the phone, the big box retailer had stopped accepting orders for the upcoming Android device, expected to launch on July 15th. The buzz online for the DROID X has been extremely strong and it hasn't hurt that the HTC Droid Incredible has been dogged by a shortage of AMOLED screens from Samsung, leading to a long wait to receive the phone if ordered. Throw in problems that have been seen with the HTC EVO 4G and the iPhone 4, and the DROID X looks exceptional in comparison. Also, many reviews of the phone have been extremely positive. With all of these good reports surrounding the device, it is quite possible that Best Buy has already bumped up against the inventory of the DROID X that it has been allotted for the launch.

Motorola DROID X Specifications | Review

source: DroidLife

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