Today is a big day for Verizon Wireless, as the carrier has launched no less than four new smarthpones: three running Android, and one running Windows Phone 7.
The most expensive new smartphone is the LG Revolution – Verizon’s third 4G LTE smartphone. As announced yesterday, the Revolution costs $249.99 with a new 2-yr contract agreement.
Next we have the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, the world’s first PlayStation-certified phone, as well as the first to come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread at Verizon. The Xperia Play costs $199.99 on contract (Amazon lets you have it for only $99.99).
As for the Motorola Droid X2, this was already available online (since last week), but now you can find it in stores, too. Like the new Xperia, the Droid X2 costs $199.99 on contract.
Last but perhaps not least, Verizon is now selling the HTC Trophy, its first Windows Phone 7 handset, which costs $149.99 on contract.
All four new smartphones can be bought online here at Verizon.
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