The Motorola DROID range of smartphones share most of their specs with the Moto X and have been successful to some extent thanks to Verizon’s numerous marketing campaigns. And now the smartphones can be yours for an ultra cheap price as Amazon has slashed prices of all three Motorola DROID handsets. The DROID Mini and the Ultra now costs $0.01 with a new two year agreement while the DROID Maxx costs $69.99 with a new contract.
Upgrading customers will be able to get the DROID Maxx for $99.99, the DROID Ultra for $19.99 and the DROID Mini for $0.01. It’s obvious that the DROID Mini is probably the best deal, considering its size and the kind of hardware it packs along with it. The DROID Maxx obviously is the power user’s delight as it sports an enormous 3,500 mAh battery which promises more than a day of usage with one full charge. The DROID Ultra is your standard flagship handset and offers pretty much the same hardware as the DROID Maxx sans the large battery. If you’re in the market for either smartphones, you can go ahead and place an order from the links below.
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