Hello Moto. With all eyes on Motorola for the upcoming Moto X ultra customizable smartphone that’s set to be made in the US, the new Motorola DROID line was unveiled by Verizon earlier today. The DROID trio is set to cater for everyone’s needs, but it remains to be seen exactly how the market will react to the devices, especially considering that most of their features are from last year’s flagship products.
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In the literally 10 minute showcase, Verizon and Motorola showed off the new Motorola DROID line consisting out of the Motorola DROID Mini, Motorola DROID Ultra and Motorola DROID Maxx. The three devices all feature the company’s latest Motorola X8 SoC which features a 1.7GHz dual core processor and quad core graphics processor among other parts in addition to having Kevlar bodies with water repellent nano-coatings. All three devices will also feature 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable memory, LTE and HSPA+ connectivity, 10MP cameras with f2.4 lenses and come with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean pre-loaded.
The Motorola DROID Mini comes with a 4.3-inch 720p Super AMOLED display and a contract pricing of $99, with pre-orders starting today. The Motorola DROID Ultra comes with a 5-inch 720p OLED display and a 2,130mAh battery, with contract pricing being $199. The Motorola DROID Ultra is set to be the company’s flagship device it seems, coming with a 5-inch 720p OLED display, a monstrous 3,500mAh battery and an equally large contract price of $299. All three devices will go on sale by the end of August and if you buy one between now and September 30, you’ll get 6 months of free access to Google Play Music All Access.