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Motorola Droid X sells out on first day

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Jul 2010 15:28 User comments (2)

Motorola Droid X sells out on first day According to Verizon, the wireless carrier has sold out of their first batch of Motorola Droid X smartphones, with would-be buyers needing to wait for at least a week for the next shipment.
The site says anyone who orders now will not receive their phone until the 25th.

Additionally, brick-and-mortar sites seem to be in low stock, as well, with most retail stores called saying they are out of stock.

Most stores were given 50 of the device, which sold out before noon on launch day.

The device has a 4.3-inch, 16:9 multitouch display with 854x480 resolution, a 1GHz OMAP processor, 512MB RAM, HDMI-out, DLNA support, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Hotspot tethering.

Furthermore, the phone has an 8MP camera with 720p HD video recording, three mics, 8GB on-board memory and a 16GB microSD card and a 1570mAh battery. Included with the phone will be video apps from Blockbuster, V CAST video, NFL Mobile, Skype, and Backup Assistant.

The phone costs $200 with contract.

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2 user comments

118.7.2010 7:11

At last a proper droid with a hardware keyboard.. now i wont have to run my kaiser on droid, dam it i hope this phone gets to the uk and i dont have to buy it over ebay lol.

218.7.2010 10:43

IIICR driod x without w/o kb and droid 2 will have one.

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