Verizon Prepping Less Expensive Version of the Motorola Droid RAZR Discussion

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  1. Ed Hardy

    Ed Hardy TabletPCReview Editor Staff Member

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    The super-slim Motorola Droid RAZR debuted in November at $300 with a two-year contract. A new version of this Android smartphone with less storage capacity will soon be available at a significantly lower price.

     

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    Okay, I'm old. I remember paying $200 for a 4 GB CompactFlash card and loving it.

    And before anyone asks, there's not likely to be a noticeable amount of difference between the speed of a Class 2 or Class 4 memory card and the more expensive Class 6 or Class 10 stuff, at least when it comes to usage in a smartphone.
     
  4. Varjak

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    I noticed that Fry's had some amazing deals on memory cards (micro and SDHC). Unfortunately, they require mail-in rebates and there are no Fry's near where I live (and they're in-store deals).
     

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