We’ve seen just about everything we need to see regarding te Motorola DROID 3, but date and pricing are still up in the air. Our friends at Droid-Life have heard that the device will be attractively affordable with it going for $200 after a two-year agreement or $460 outright. I must say, considering the technology we expect to be inside of it, that doesn’t sound bad at all. Can we make things a little bit more official,Verizon? Please?
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