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Android Phone Reviews
Motorola DROID 3 First Look

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July 11th, 2011


The Motorola DROID 3 advances Verizon’s DROID family with some great new features. Like the DROID 2 Global before it, the DROID 3 has a slide-out keyboard. However, it adds a 5th row dedicated to numbers, making typing more convenient. The DROID 3 also features a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1080p HD video shooting capability and an LCD display with 540 x 960-pixel resolution. The DROID 3 is a global phone with GSM capability for international roaming.

In the video to the right, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs takes a first look at the Motorola DROID 3, discussing the phone’s features and showing some of the new aspects of the hardware. Get all the details by clicking on the review window to the right.

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4 Responses to “Motorola DROID 3 First Look”

  • Will you have an agreement to carry products for AT&T again in the near future? I joined AT&T through Wirefly with the purchase of a blackberry Bold and was very happy with the transaction. I am considering the Samsung Infuse but that is only available through AT&T. Initial user evaluations look positive.

    • Donald, we really appreciate you thinking of Wirefly again for a cell phone purchase. Unfortunately, I have no information on when Wirefly may again sell AT&T phones, but it clearly won’t be in the next few weeks. If you need an AT&T phone now, you should plan on getting it elsewhere.

      I wish I had better news for you, but please think of Wirefly if you need a phone from a different carrier. In fact, we can get you a great price on an excellent phone if you’re willing to switch carriers now. Sprint and T-Mobile just released some outstanding Android phones, and Verizon is ready to follow suit in August. Also, new BlackBerry phones are coming in the next couple of weeks, and they look great. I’m really interested in the Monaco, which has a completely touch-screen interface.

      Bob at Wirefly

  • Question. I compare most of your phones to be cheaper the Verizon directly. If I purchase a phone thru you, besides the purchase does this in any way reflect on my relationship with Verizon?



    My e-mail address is not for any type of solicitation

    • Bob, your observation is correct: Wirefly’s price for phones is almost always lower than buying from the carrier directly. And if you get a phone through Wirefly, you will have a standard agreement with the carrier, just as if you bought the phone from the carrier. So if you get a Verizon phone through Wirefly, you will get a standard Verizon agreement and you make all monthly payments to Verizon. You buy the phone from Wirefly, but you will be a Verizon customer.

      Hope that helps!

      Bob at Wirefly

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