Verizon's Motorola DROID X can now be yours

Verizon's Motorola DROID X can now be yours
It's been a long three weeks since the Motorola DROID X MB810 was first shown by Verizon Wireless at their NY event on June 23rd, with anticipation growing recently as 21 units were placed across the county on a Twitter scavenger hunt with GPS clues given to their location. When we reviewed the Motorola DROID X, we were impressed by its solid build design, excellent display, clear call quality, and long battery life. Now the time has come where you can purchase the DROID X for yourself, as the device features a large 4.3" TFT WVGA display, 1GHz processor, 8MP autofocus camera with 720p video recording, HDMI out, FM radio, 8GB flash memory, and 16GB memory card included. All this can be yours for the price of $199.99 after a $100 rebate with a 2-year contract. Furthermore, at the same time you order the DROID X, you will have the option to purchase a 32GB microSDHC SanDisk memory card from Verizon at a special price of $99.99 (regularly $149.99). Buying this 32GB card does not replace the 16GB card that comes pre-installed on the phone, so you would actually get both. We've also been hearing reports that some Verizon stores will be opening 1-2 hours early on the 15th, though you may want to call first to double-check. Let us know in the Comment section below if you ordered the DROID X from the Verizon site, or went to a store and if there were any lines of people there.

Motorola DROID X MB810 Review | Specifications

source: Verizon Wireless (and press release)

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