The leaked MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) list of Verizon gives us an interesting info concerning the pricing of the upcoming carrier handsets. The prices are quite lower than we were expecting them to be. The Motorola Droid 4according to the list will be available for $199.99 with a two-year contract, which is $50 less than the price announced during the launch of the smartphone.
This is the exact same price that was asked last year for the Droid 3, while the latest version of the Droid lineup looks way more attractive and finally supports LTE connectivity.
As for the Droid Bionic, the list has the price tag of $149.99, which is almost half less as the original price asked for the smartphone. The price cut also touched the 32GB option of the Droid RAZR , which can now be purchased for $279.99 within a two-year contract for both black and white versions.
Anyway the leaked price list only demonstrates the minumum prices that can be asked for the handset by the carrier, which means that Verizon can always ask a higher price. Still, MAP list has always been a reliable source so far for making predictions about the pricing of the Verizon handsets.
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