Ever since its CES 2012 introduction and long before that, we’ve been wondering more than anything: when is the Motorola DROID 4 coming out? Today is that day, however, as it’s February 10th. The Motorola DROID 4 is available from Verizon’s site for $200 on a new two-year contract.
There’s not a ton that’s different here from the previous version. There’s a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4 inch display and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, though the latter has gotten a significant overhaul compared to the past three devices in this series. This also marks the first DROID (meaning this particular series of phones) to come with 4G LTE.
AndroidForums.com is already abuzz about its launch. Take a look at some of the threads going on there:
- Worth upgrading from the DROID 2?
- Digging the DROID 4 and its accessories?
- DROID 4 Extended Battery.
Be sure to head to the DROID 4 section at AndroidForums.com to get in on the discussion. Let folks know you have your phone, give your impressions and ask support from our healthy and helpful community of members. Be on the lookout for our review of the device later on today.
It’s also worth noting that Amazon has already posted a great discount on this phone. You can get the phone for $99 after a new two-year contract agreement. It looks like it’s shipping, too, so you won’t have to worry about a backorder period. Find the Amazon listing here, courtesy of AndroidForums.com.
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