Motorola Droid 4 Hops On to Verizon on February 9th

February 2, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Finally, Motorola Droid 4 has got the nod for its release on the Verizon network. The device might reach Verizon stores as early as February 9th. The Droid 4 is the latest on Verizon’s list, and it was displayed at the CES.

Earlier, the device was scheduled to release in December, but the date was later pushed to the 2nd of February. Then, it was said that the delay was in connection with the outage of LTE network.

Now due to certain unspecified reasons, the date has been further pushed to February 9th. The good news is you might see the eagerly awaited smartphone on next week.

Accessories of the Droid 4 were in the market from December 1, 2011. Normally, folks must have thought that the device should be in the market on December itself. But it was not to be so.

The Droid 4 would feature a QWERTY keypad, and is made compatible to work on 4G LTE Networks.

The Motorola Droid 4 is powered by a dual core processor, and set to function on the Android 2.3.5 platform.

The multitasking device is said to come with a high quality 4-inch AMOLED display, and features a five row backlit keypad.

Additionally, it has an 8 megapixel camera at the rear equipped to capture videos at a resolution of 1080 pixels. For video calling, a VGA camera appears on the front.

The absence of Ice Cream Sandwich OS continues to be a matter of concern, though. We expect an ICS update would happen without much delay after the release.

The device bears a price tag of $199, and is just a week away from your doorstep. Are you ready?

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