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  (Source: Engadget)
Will cost you $199 with a contract, $599 outright

Engadget posted pictures of the Best Buy display of the upcoming Motorola Droid 2 from Verizon, confirming the rumored price tag. Interested buyers will be able to pick up the follow-up to the popular Droid for $199.99 with a qualifying two-year contract, or $599 outright.


A sharp Floridian reader also submitted a Verizon promo showcasing the Droid 2 in yesterday's Tampa Tribune. The ad shows the Droid 2 in a succession of other top Droid phones, including the Incredible and the X, with a "coming soon" tag listed where the price appears on the other handsets.

A release date for the Droid 2 has not been confirmed, though rumors of an August 12 launch have been buzzing around the web. The original, nine-month-old Droid is out-of-stock on Verizon's website, suggesting the replacement's impending launch.

The Droid 2 is more of an upgrade to the original device than a bona fide, must-have replacement. It will be the first handset in the U.S. to ship with Android 2.2 "Froyo," beating out the recently released Droid X, and packs a full QWERTY keyboard, 1 GHz OMAP processor, 8GB of internal storage (with an 8GB micro-SD card included), and a an updated version of the Motoblur overlay. 

Early critics of the handset have pointed to the lack of a front-facing camera and no HDMI out.

The folks over at Droid-Life got their hands on a leaked user guide for the device, which you can check out for yourself here

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RE: HDMI out?
By Manch on 8/9/2010 5:30:46 PM , Rating: 2
I dont disagree with you. And, yeah of course it's subjective. But you asked why would someone pick a phone with lesser features. I'm not saying there is no logic to your decision, of course their is. I'm just saying that logic aside, your feelings influence your decisions and lots of times trump logic all together (see Apple Sheeple).

I guess I could have been more clear.( I was on a teleconference...snore) As far as my GM example goes my point was I wont buy a GM car because of how I feel about the company. They do in fact have some very nice cars. Objectively looking at some of there cars compared to some of the Fords, spec wise they seem to be a better deal(no not the slowmaro). That's all for naught because I refuse to buy one and that's why I say there is no logic to it because it's based on my feelings my anti-socialist, anti-communism, America F@CK YEAH!, feelings.

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