The compact DROID MINI provides a 4.3-inch HD display and wireless charging capabilities. Thin and lightweight, the unit is easy to hold and operate, yet solidly-built to take bumps, scrapes, and spills in stride.
The DROID ULTRA is the thinnest 4G LTE smart phone available, comes in red or black, and features a 5-inch, edge–to–edge (1280 x 720) Super AMOLED display, Android 4.2 ("Jelly Bean"), and the formidable Motorola X8 mobile computing system (1.7 GHz dual–core application processor, 400 MHz quad–core GPU).
The new DROID MAXX has specs identical to the ULTRA, plus a 3500mAh battery that provides nearly two days of battery life on a single charge (up to 25 days standby), making it the longest lasting 4G LTE smart phone available.
All three DROIDs have unibody construction made with DuPont Kevlar fiber. Accompanied by a new two-year service agreement, the DROID MINI goes for $99.99, the DROID ULTRA for $199.99, and the DROID MAXX for $299.99. For more information, visit Verizon Wireless on the Web.