Samsung Droid Charge Release Date, Day Before Royal Wedding

For those that are awaiting the arrival of the new Samsung Droid Charge to hit the version network, you may like to know that the Big Red had now gone all officially and announced the Samsung Droid Charge release date.

According to an article over on Technobuffalo by way of the Boy Genius Report, Verizon has announced when the Samsung Droid Charge will release, the day before the royal wedding, which makes that release date the 28th of April.

The Samsung Droid Charge is a 4G LTE enabled smartphone running Android 2.2 Froyo and will command a price tag of $299.99 when signing on for a new 2-year agreement with the Big Red.

Other Samsung Droid Charge specs include, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touch screen, 1GHz processor, 8 megapixel rear facing camera with LED flash, 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, that 4G LTE capability including hotspot for up to ten devices on LTE or five devices on 3G.

So there you have it, so who’s going to snap up the Samsung Droid Charge from Verizon before sitting down to watch the wedding of the year between William and Kate?


2 thoughts on “Samsung Droid Charge Release Date, Day Before Royal Wedding”

  1. sickofthedumbasses says:

    no it is not. People dont understand why they sign a contract.. This is only for the idiots out there… Look people Verizon or ATT or other providers dont make these phones. The MFG's do. It does not cost 20 dollars to buy these phones. For instance HTC Thunderbolt cost 589.00 to purchase from MFG and you as the consumer cannot buy direct from MFG so the contract is there for you to get a discount and the price you pay is just and if you cancel you are only giving back the difference in price. ANd alot of the time it is lower then what they paid. Stop being idiots. You can opp to pay 700 the full MSRP if you like. So sick of dumb people saying to high. You get what you pay for. If you want to buy cheaper buy a used one with someone else using or damaging your device. GET A CLUE.

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