Motorola DROID 4 this Friday, February 10th. The cost will be $199.99 as expected, naturally including a two-year contract or extension. Rumored for most of the 4th quarter of 2011 and only officially verified at CES in January, the DROID 4 has been one of Verizon and Motorola's most protracted phones since the DROID BIONIC.
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Droid Life shows how much you'll be spending for the privilege: $199.99 with a new two-year contract, or $549.99 without any commitments. Verizon's standard tiered voice, text and data plans will almost certainly apply to the latest DROID phone.
Corning team up with Samsung to possibly provide curved OLED glass in their future devices. I myself am a huge fan of the beveled displays both the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus have been manufactured with - and always wondered when it would finally make it to their other devices.
DROID Bionic it appears we have another one of those situations on our hands. The DROID 4 has been delayed time and time again from initial leaks suggesting a December 8th launch. We've seen plenty since then but newest details could confirm February 10th is the real deal.
accessories have been available from December 1, 2011. We had thought the device would release close to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, as both had been sharing similar rumored dates. Considering the DROID 4 just landed on DroidDoes.com, the release is bound to be right around the corner.
DroidDoes.com website. We originally spotted it on Droid Does back in December, and according to multiple sources it was going to be released before Christmas. That never happened and all the dates we've seen have came and went without a release.
DROID 4 and DROID RAZR MAXX at CES this week, and we've got hands-on with both Android smartphones. As expected, the DROID 4 packs a slide-out five row QWERTY keyboard, while the RAZR MAXX takes the original styling of the DROID RAZR, makes it a little chunkier at 8.9mm thick, and uses that extra space to slot in a 3,300 mAh battery.
February release date, and that's corroborated by an upcoming end-of-life status for the Motorola DROID 4. An anonymous source told The Verge that the last DROID 3 units would be shipped to Verizon this month, along with the LG Revolution. Take that for what it's worth, but Verizon probably wouldn't stop selling a major player in the DROID line without having something ready to take its place soon.
DROID 4 is looking to be an excellent LTE device with a keyboard for big red, but like many devices launched from Verizon in the recent past it still seems up in the air. After failing to launch around the rumored launch dates in December we are now seeing cases and accessories hit Verizon stores, but the phone is still no where to be found.
DROID 4 will hit the market for Verizon customers but original leaks suggested a mid December launch that was pushed back at the last minute. Nothing was confirmed so we can't say for sure. Either way we are still waiting and would love to get our hands on one. In the meantime it appears our friends from TechnoBuffalo were able to do just that -- but with a dummy unit that will probably be on store shelves soon.