I wanted to pass along some very good pricing for anyone interested in the new Verizon Motorola Droid 2 (Android) and the AT&T BlackBerry Torch 9800 from Wirefly.com. At Verizon, you can get the Motorola Droid 2 for $199.99 after an online discount for $100.00 and a two year contract. At Wirefly.com they have it on sale for $149.99. Over at AT&T, they have the Torch for $199.99 with a two year contract, Wirefly.com has it for $99.99. If you are looking to score either of these two devices, head on over to Wirefly now and save a few bucks!

Wirefly Links:

Verizon Droid 2: CLICK HERE

AT&T BlackBerry Torch 9800: CLICK HERE

The DROID 2 by Motorola for Verizon Wireless is the first device to come with Google’s latest operating system, Android 2.2 (Froyo). The DROID 2 features a 3.7″ full touch screen and an improved slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Blaze through applications, emails, and across the web at speeds that make your average smartphone look like it’s standing still thanks to the super fast 1GHz processor. You can connect to a WiFi hotspot or become one. Wirelessly share your 3G connection with up to 5 other WiFi-enabled devices. Access websites previously inaccessible to any other device on the market with Adobe FlashPlayer 10. V CAST Media Manager organizes, edits, and plays your digital media collection. The high-end 5 megapixel camera snaps pictures and records DVD-quality videos which you can upload directly to YouTube.

Verizon Droid 2 Highlights:

  • 3.7″ Touch Screen and Slide-out QWERTY Keyboard Comes With Android 2.2 (Froyo)
  • Blazing Fast 1 GHz Processor Provides An Amazing Web Browsing Experience
  • FlashPlayer 10 Offers Access To Sites Previously Inaccessible To Any Other Device Available
  • Impressive 5MP Camera With Dual LED Flash, Panoramic Mode, Face Detection, and More
  • Video Recorder Captures DVD-quality Videos, Easily Upload To YouTube
  • Connect To A HotSpot Or Wirelessly Share Your 3G Connection With Up To 5 Other Devices
  • Customized Widgets Update Your Social Networking Messages In Real Time and All In One Place
  • Work and Personal Emails and Contacts Are Integrated and Pushed Directly To You
  • V CAST Media Manager Is A Free App For Organizing, Editing, and Playing Your Media Collection
  • Improved Physical QWERTY and Spacious Virtual Keyboard
  • Android 2.2 Features Improved Multi-tasking, Faster Speed, and Enhanced Exchange Support

The BlackBerry Torch 9800 for AT&T is a breakthrough device that introduces a brand new operating system as well as a new form factor. The BlackBerry Torch is the first to feature the next-generation BlackBerry 6 OS and an innovative combination of a touch screen and full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. BlackBerry 6 OS offers a rich, graphical interface and new touch menus for quick access to your next action or needed application. The BlackBerry Torch is the first BlackBerry to offer an impressive 5 megapixel camera that also captures video. Next Generation Messaging allows you to send group messages, and add maps and locations. Notably, the Torch is also the first BlackBerry device to offer a full HTML Browser with pinch-to-zoom and tabbed browsing. Because the BlackBerry Torch is on AT&T’s 3G Network, you have options for how and where you access important documents, read email, or browse the web – all while you are on a call.

AT&T BlackBerry Torch 9800 Highlights:

  • First BlackBerry To Offer A Touch Screen and A Full Slide-out QWERTY Keyboard
  • Runs On BlackBerry’s Newest Operating System, BlackBerry 6 OS
  • Full Touch Screen Features Full HTML Web, Pinch-to-zoom and Tabbed Browsing
  • Impressive 5.0MP Camera/ Camcorder With Advanced Features
  • Next Generation Messaging Allows You To Send Group Messages and Maps
  • Access Email, Important Documents, Or Surf The Web – All While You Are On A Call
  • Download, View, and Edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint Documents
  • Integrated GPS Provides Support For Voice-guided, Turn-by-turn Navigation From AT&T Navigator
  • Rollover Unused Anytime Minutes Every Month
  • Surf and Talk At The Same Time With AT&T’s 3G Network

5 COMMENTS

  1. this was posted 5 months ago so there has been a lot of sales between now and then. The wife wants the Torch so I am prbably going to get it for her soon…

  2. Interesting question. The Bravo is much smlelar (but a little thicker) than the Captivate. The Captivate’s 4 screen is gorgeous, but the Bravo’s 3.7  screen is pretty good. The Bravo has a better Quadrant score but the Captivate just feels as smooth as silk. Both have Android 2.1, but I have the feeling that the Captivate will have an upgrade to Android 2.2 before the Bravo will. There are lots of differences, so it’s hard to say which is best for you.Wirefly

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