Samsung Droid Charge Available on Verizon for $299 + Contract

May 14, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you looking for another Android-based device on Verizon’s LTE network? After making us witness a major push back, the Droid Charge from Samsung has finally been made available on the carrier. The device can be grabbed on payment of $299, and comes inclusive of usual contracts and agreements.

 

To get into the details, the Droid Charge is available along with a two-year contract. This requires a calling plan that starts at $40 a month and a wireless 4G LTE data plan that costs $30 a month. The carrier has mentioned “unlimited” when it comes to the wireless data plan. The wireless hotspot functionality will be available on the device absolutely free until the 16th of next month.

Samsung Droid Charge happens to be the second LTE Android phone to land on Verizon. The first one had been the HTC ThunderBolt. The Charge had undergone a delay, or otherwise it would have got released last month itself.

The problems with Verizon’s LTE network were believed to be the reason behind the device’s delay in getting launched. However, the device has been reviewed as an exceptional one with many better features as compared to the Thunderbolt. It runs Android 2.2 OS and has got a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display, 1GHz application processor, rear and front cameras as well as enhanced battery life.

Well, Verizon has not said anything regarding the inductive charger which has recently passed through FCC. We expect the accessory to be made available along with the handset soon.  Tell us if you would want to have a go at the device, and why!

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