After many months of leaks in which we found out pretty much everything there is to know about it (save for pricing and a release date), the Motorola Droid 4 was finally announced by Verizon a couple of days ago. Yet that just confirmed what was already quite obvious, namely that the smartphone would become available at some point. In other words, we still had no release date or pricing information to speak of. And while we’re still left guessing the former, the latter has finally leaked.
Thanks to a Verizon MAP (minimum advertised price) list sent to Droid Life, we now know that the Motorola Droid 4 will be sold for $249.99 with a new two-year contract. The price point is hardly unexpected, as this is a high-end device. In fact, we’re quite thrilled that Big Red didn’t go for $299.99 on this one.
MAP lists are usually very accurate, so we don’t expect there to be any surprises regarding pricing. As for when you’ll be able to buy a Droid 4, stay tuned. We’re hoping that will be leaked soon too, as Verizon is clearly intent on staying mum on the details.
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