DROID X2 to Be $199.99, LG Revolution $249.99, Others Priced Says MAP Timeline


Our friends at Droid-Life seem to have gotten their hands on an updated MAP sheet for some of Verizon’s upcoming phones. Standouts include the Droid X2, the Samsung DROID Charge, the HTC DROID Incredible 2 and the LG Revolution, coming in with minimum advertised prices of $200, $300, $200 and $250, respectively. Yes, we too are praying that DROID Charge price is nothing but a late April Fools’ Day joke or a horrible, horrible typo.

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  1. Surprising the xperia play isn’t on that list. Makes you wonder about the rumors.

    1. xperia is GSM with SIM card (ATT, TMobile) but not for CDMA (Verizon)

      1. Um… The Play is coming to Verizon buddy.. its confirmed

        1. i will be so disappointed if it doesnt come out the 28th(Xperia play)

  2. Where is the Bionic??

  3. $300 for the Charge has to be a Joke.

  4. These prices are as funny as the outdated devices being sold on verizon. Gosh those guys on big red could use a break.

    1. I would just like to point out that your precious Evo 4G is STILL going for $200 according to the Sprint website. Samsung Epic is the same. And they’re both a few months shy of a whole year old. I imagine when Sprint’s new devices come out, either the 2 above mentioned devices will be discounted or the new ones will cost even more. Possibly both. So how’s that any different than Verizon’s pricing scheme? Stop being so hypocritical and look in a mirror for once.

  5. Popups? Really? Amateur site. Removed from Google reader.

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