It will be waiting for potential customers both online and in Verizon stores, and can be yours for a cool $49.99 (after a $100 mail-in rebate that comes in the form of a debit card) – you obviously have to sign the ubiquitous new 2-year service agreement to get that price. You’ll also have to choose at least a $39.99 voice plan and $15/month data plan for the device.
The Citrus is made from 25% post-consumer recycled plastic, is carbon, PVC and BFR free. It runs Android 2.1 and comes with Motoblur on top of that.
So if you were looking for a more affordable Android-powered smartphone on Verizon and don’t mind the old(ish) OS version it’s running, perhaps you should try the Citrus.
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