Right on time, the Motorola Droid X is now available for purchase at Verizon Wireless.
As expected, the new Droid can be yours for $199.99 with a 2-yr contract, or for $569.99 with no agreement. You can buy it both online (here), and in Verizon’s stores.
It looks like third party retailers don’t have the new smartphone yet, although I’ve seen lots of Droid X accessories at Amazon.
To celebrate the launch, Verizon has revamped its DroidDoes website, which is now “a 3D web environment” – check it out here.
Droid X stock seems to be fine for now, and although demand will likely be huge, Motorola hopefully has enough units to go around for everyone.
Meanwhile, the HTC Droid Incredible is still not available immediately – if you order it, Verizon says it will ship it by August 2. Luckily for Motorola, customers who ordered the Incredible but didn’t receive it yet can change their order and get a bootloader-locked Droid X instead. Which is probably what I’d do right now if I’d be on Verizon. Or maybe I’d wait to see what the Samsung Fascinate has to offer. What about you?
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