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RESTON, VA – July 12, 2010 — Wirefly (www.wirefly.com), the Internet’s leading retailer of cell phones and cell phone plans, today announced that it will carry the highly anticipated DROID X™ by Motorola when it officially launches on July 15 at 12:01 am PDT. The DROID X is the latest Android smartphone from Verizon Wireless and has the distinction of being the next generation of the company’s growing Droid family, succeeding its very popular predecessors- the DROID by Motorola and Droid Incredible by HTC.
In addition to operating on the Verizon’s 3G data network, the DROID X boasts a blazing fast 1GHz processor for high-speed web browsing, loads of memory – 8GB of onboard memory, a pre-installed 16GB memory card and the ability to support up to a total of 40GB. The Droid X also is equipped with 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities, which allows customers to simultaneously connect up to five Wi-Fi equipped devices to Verizon Wireless’ network when paired with a $20 Mobile Hotspot plan. DROID X is also equipped with the revolutionary Swype text-entry method made expressly for touch screen devices that lets users quickly write words without lifting a finger.
The DROID X is touted as a pocket-sized home theater. The sleek and sexy device boasts an impressive 4.3-inch high-resolution touch screen making it ideal for watching movies and videos that can be conveniently rented or bought directly from the pre-installed Blockbuster on Demand® presented by V CAST Video application. The device’s video capture is just as impressive with a 720p high definition camcorder, 8-megapixel camera, dual-flash, and HDMI port that lets users plug directly into an HDTV when they want to watch their movies on the big screen at home.
DROID X customers will also receive the Android 2.2 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 with an over-the-air update when it becomes available in the summer, which will ensure an even more robust web experience.
Customers looking to purchase this hot new device and all of the useful accessories that go along with it can shop from the convenience of their home or office by simply visiting Wirefly.com. With just a few mouse clicks, they can quickly and easily order and activate this featured-packed Android smartphone. As always, every Wirefly order comes with fast, free FedEx shipping. And as part of the company’s brand promise of greater savings and straightforward pricing with no gimmicks or rebates, customers can shop knowing that they will get their new DROID X at a great price.
“There is currently such a huge demand for Android-powered smartphones that they fly off Wirefly’s virtual shelves the moment they hit the market,” said Andy Zeinfeld, chief executive officer of Simplexity, parent company of Wirefly.com. “We expect the DROID X to be just as popular and are excited to offer this highly-touted device from Verizon Wireless to our millions of valued customers on the official launch.”
Zeinfeld added, “Our sale kicks off at 12:01 am PDT on July 15 – many hours before retail stores open their doors – so those who want to secure their own DROID X won’t have to wait until sunrise to order it.”
Wirefly.com encourages consumers to visit Wirefly Learn (www.wirefly.com/learn), where they can watch video demos of Droid X by Motorola as well as read unbiased reviews, and see side-by-side comparisons to similar devices.
Zeinfeld added, “Cell phone shopping has never been more complicated. Wirefly Learn was born out of our desire to lessen the confusion and give consumers the tools needed to be able to do the research and make informed purchase decisions. To that end, Wirefly Learn is an invaluable consumer resource that contains a wealth of information to educate consumers about cell phones.”
Wirefly has become America’s trusted source for cell phones and wireless service plans because of its commitment to creating a better way to shop for cell phones by making it fast, easy and affordable. Through its brand promise, customers are guaranteed:
To read more about Wirefly or its education resource, Wirefly Learn, visit www.wirefly.com.