Best Buy once again taking pre-orders for the Motorola DROID X

Best Buy once again taking pre-orders for the Motorola DROID X
Best Buy has confirmed that starting Sunday, it had resumed taking pre-orders for the Motorola DROID X. The big box retailer had stopped accepting orders for the super spec'd beast on June 30th, just 5 days after it started taking reservations due to low supplies. In a Q & A page on its forums site, Best Buy says that while in theory, those who pre-order the DROID X should be guaranteed the phone on launch day, the best they can do is promise you that orders will be fulfilled in the order in which they were placed. The retailer says it has not received a confirmed launch date from Motorola but it will be the same date as Verizon's launch which, as we reported, is expected to be July 15th. Purchasing a $50 gift card will be enough to reserve your DROID X at Best Buy where the phone is expected to cost $199 after a $100 mail-in-rebate is already taken into account, and a 2 year contract is signed.

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source: BestBuyForums via TalkAndroid


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