Motorola Droid X Unavailable Until August

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2010-07-27 Print this article Print

Motorola's new Droid X, released last week, is in short supply.

Gleacher and Co. analyst Mark McKechnie said calls to Verizon stores last week - the first full week since the Android 2.1-based smartphone became available July 15 - revealed that the Droid X is still in scarce supply amid strong demand.

There are no units left in Verizon's retail stores and all current production is going toward filling preorders customers placed with Verizon and Best Buy before the launch date.

To read the original eWeek article, click here: Motorola Droid X Sold Out Through Aug. 4


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