Is the return rate on the DROID 2 the lowest out of all smartphones on Verizon?
When you think about it, the reasoning is pretty considerable when you factor in its flexibility of being a touchscreen device combined with an improved physical QWERTY. Hardware aside, the platform experience is substantially top-notch in almost every category – plus it's still one of the few handsets to boast Android 2.2 and support for Flash 10.1. Naturally, all of those viable reasons can cement the handset's position as having an extremely low return rate.
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