Motorola intros Droid phones for Verizon in first Google push

07/23/2013 | Computerworld · Reuters

Verizon Wireless unveiled three Motorola Mobility Droid smartphones Tuesday that the carrier will begin selling Aug. 20, the vendor's first phone range under Google's ownership, and said Verizon will hold exclusivity on Droid handsets. The Droid Mini ($99), Droid Ultra ($199) and Droid Maxx ($299) will feature longer battery lives, faster processors and double the RAM of previous Droid models.

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