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Amazon Drops Price Of DROID Ultra To $99.99 For New Accounts

Are you planning on getting the Motorola DROID Ultra? This model costs $199.99 if availed of over at Verizon Wireless however you can get 50% off its price by getting it through Amazon. The online retail giant is now offering the device at only $99.99, that’s $100 off the regular price, with a two year contract and comes in red or black.

Motorola DROID Ultra

This deal is applicable to new accounts only and if you are looking for an upgrade then you will have to shell out $149 which is still below that of what Verizon charges. If you don’t want to be tied to a contract the price of the device will cost you $649.99.

The Motorola DROID Ultra is a Verizon exclusive smartphone that is usually overlooked since it was released a few days before the popular Moto X. The DROID Ultra however has a couple of neat features such as having a DuPont Kevlar fiber unibody, long lasting battery, and a 5-inch Super AMOLED display.

Technical Specifications

  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
  • 5.0” edge–to–edge Super AMOLED display, 1280 x 720 Screen Resolution
  • Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System  1.7 GHz Dual Core
  • 400 MHz quad–core GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB on board memory
  • 10MP RGBC camera with quick capture
  • 2MP Full HD Recording Front Facing Camera
  • Bluetooth 4.0 LE +EDR, Bluetooth Class 2
  • Wi–Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, 2.4GHz and 5GHz Capable
  • 2130 mAh Li–Ion battery

In terms of design build this model is definitely tough since it uses a Kevlar fiber body however this is covered in a glossy plastic shell. This makes the device prone to fingerprints and smudges. It’s very solid without any creaks and looks like it could survive several drops.

This device doesn’t have a microSD slot though so there’s no way of expanding the internal storage of the device. The battery is also sealed inside so its non-user replaceable.

The bottom line is that the DROID Ultra is a solid smartphone that is fast and stable. With a price of only $99 it’s definitely a device worth considering.

via amazon

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