Officially announced yesterday at the same time with the Droid Razr Maxx, the Motorola Droid 4 should be available at Verizon starting “the coming weeks.” Until the smartphone finally hits the shelves, you may want to check it out over at DroidDoes.com, where it now has its own webpage, alongside Verizon’s other recent Droids.
The Droid 4 page (accessible here) doesn’t just provide info on the features of the new smartphone, but also lets users register for updates.
Meanwhile, Verizon still hasn’t said how much the Droid 4 would cost. It will probably go for $299 on contract, since the Droid 3 is currently offered for $199.
For the moment, the Moto Droid Razr Maxx doesn’t appear at DroidDoes. Could this mean it will be released after the Droid 4? We have no idea, but we’ll let you know when we hear more regarding the availability of these two new LTE Droids.
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