On Tuesday Verizon held a press conference to go over some exciting, new handsets to see a proper release soon — an updated Motorola DROID smartphone line.
The DROID MAXX boasts a 3,500 mAh battery, said to provide up to 48 hours of battery life. The DROID ULTRA is ultra-thin at 7.18mm thick with a 5-inch HD display. And the DROID MINI is for those who prefer a more compact form factor, “compact without compromise,” as the company says.
The new line will hit Verizon stores on August 20. With a two-year contract, pricing will be as followed: $299 for a DROID MAXX, $199 for a DROID ULTRA and a DROID MINI for $99.