While you’re waiting for the Motorola Droid X^2 to be launched (or maybe for the Samsung Droid Charge?), you may want to know that Verizon’s original Moto Droid X is now offered for only $0.01 via Amazon – new 2-yr contract agreement required.
That’s $149.98 less than the price listed at Verizon’s official website. Sure enough, the Droid X doesn’t have a dual core processor (like the upcoming Droid X^2), and neither a qHD display, but the fact that it’s now free (well, 1 cent – same thing) makes it more than worthy of your attention if you’re in the market for a new Android handset.
To buy the Motorola Droid X for just $0.01, head on over to Amazon.
Note that, sans contract, Amazon sells the smartphone for $559.99, while Verizon is offering it for $399.99.
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