Motorola Droid Now Available for 40% Off

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The Motorola Droid may be the hottest smartphone released this fall, and it’s certainly on a great many wish lists this holiday season. Those who are shopping for this Android-based device are probably looking for a deal, and Dell has one, offering this model for $80 off the regular price.

Verizon sells the Droid for $200 with a two-year contract, but Dell is currently has it for $120 with contract, which is 40% off the regular price.  

Motorola DroidAnd unlike some deals being offered this season, this one is available for both new Verizon customers and those who are extending their current contract with this carrier.

To place an order, go to: mobility.dell.com

There are other online retailers offering the Droid below the regular price, but few if any can match Dell. For example, Amazon.com has this model for $150, and Wirefly does too.

A Quick Overview of the Motorola Droid
The Motorola Droid is the new flagship Android OS device, running the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system.

This smartphone is a slider, with a landscape-oriented QWERTY keyboard and large, high-resolution capacitive touchscreen with haptic feedback.

Read a ReviewThe Droid has a suite of applications that can wirelessly synchronize with Google’s services, including Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, and Maps, as well as Microsoft Exchange.

It comes with a 16 GB memory card, GPS receiver, and a 5 MPx camera.

Verizon Wireless is the exclusive U.S. provider of the Motorola Droid

Source: Dell

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