Motorola DROID 4 to be $250 on Two-Year Contract?


The good boys over at Droid-Life have gotten their hands on another MAP list that shows us the pricing of several new devices. While the LG Spectrum and the DROID RAZR MAXX have already gotten official pricing we still have yet to hear anything from Big Red on the DROID 4. It appears it’ll be $250, though, according to the latest leak. It’s a great price for a high-end 4G device as those usually tend to go for $300 at launch. We won’t complain, though. Not at all. Remember, though, that things can ALWAYS change so don’t go planning your financial plan without keeping that in mind.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Good luck with that one Motorola

  2. When. Do. We. Find. Out. For. 100%. If. It. Is. Pentile. Or. TFT. matrix. For fuck’s sake, you gous report about the shit every1 has read about a bajillion times over, and nobody even bothers with answering the no. 1 question by community.

  3. Locked? No thanks

  4. Locked in moto-blur and and baked in bloat? No thanks, the first Droid was the only real Droid, IMHO.

  5. If you’re buying phones at Verizon stores then you are doing it wrong…

    You don’t even have to pay tax at Amazon Wireless. 

  6. I prefer pentile because it is easily readable in full sunlight, something a previous commenter is probably unaware of, living, as he appears to, under a rock. Still, I’ll keep my (pentile) Droid 3 for now. 4G and no access to the battery are a poor combination. Plus, I prefer the Droid 3 keyboard layout.

  7. Verizon sucks when it comes too their over price 4g phones

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