Motorola Droid 3 Release Date Confirmed to Be July 7th

Just in case you needed the physical evidence to convince you that the rumored July 7th release date for the Motorola Droid 3 was the real deal, Droid-Life has dug up some up that makes the 7th all but certain to be launch day for Verizon’s latest Droid-branded device.

Motorola Droid 3 Release Date

The leaked document indicates that the Droid 3 will be launching on July 7th via direct fulfillment and then it will go on sale in Verizon stores a week later on July 14th. There is no official word from Verizon at this point but it’s pretty safe to circle that date on your calender if you’re in the market for a dual-core, QWERTY toting, 3G Droid smartphone.

No pricing is available but you’d be hard pressed to convince me that it’s going to cost anything but $199.99 on a new two year contract with that price possibly dropping soon after its released.

So, expect an official announcement from Verizon soon, maybe even as late as July 6th. Is anyone out there going to be picking this up?

  

Comments

  1. Brandon Bevill says

    ive been stalking these blog posts for the last week and a half looking for official word on the droid 3 release lol. i got the droid x 2 weeks ago cuz it seemed like the best deal at the time, but then i read online and heard about this phone! 

    I really want a strong keyboard smart phone, I hope this phone’s going to be as good as it sounds, at least.

  2. Droid Fan says

    No LTE, no purchase for me.  What are Motorola and Verizon thinking?  Unless Steve Jobs bullied Verizon into not having a Droid LTE phone before the iPhone 5 comes out in Sep.

  3. Diverderf says

    I’ve been watching the release date rumors for a month. Looking forward to picking up a Droid 3. It has everything I’m looking for in a phone. I don’t really care about 4G yet as my area won’t have it for at least 2 years. Hopefully, by then phone makers will have a handle on the high power consumption issues that seem to plague 4G phones out today.

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