Thursday, 28 January 2010

HTC Droid Eris Becomes an Official Verizon Wireless Smartphone What You Didnโ€ t Know About the Droid Eris

With one day to go until Verizon Wireless stores will be filled with
impatient customers looking for the Droid and the Droid Eris, Big Red
has decided to make the HTC smartphone official too. At this point we
know pretty much everything there is to know about the HTC Droid Eris,
but an official press release filled with specs and features will never
hurt. Not to mention the official press photos of this brand new Android
So why not get the HTC Droid Eris instead of the Motorola Droid? I d be
lying to you if I said I d definitely go for the Droid Eris instead of
the Droid. But if we re comparing it to the Hero, I d definitely choose
the Droid and save myself $100. What would you choose between Verizon
Wireless Droid Eris and the Sprint s Hero?
While you re thinking of a good answer for my question I ll go ahead and
spill the beans on the Droid Eris. Below you ll find the official spec
list although we did cover the phone extensively in the last couple of
weeks and you re already familiar with them:
3.2 inch capacitive touch screen and trackball interface
5.0 megapixel auto focus camera
Expandable memory with pre-installed 8 GB microSD card (up to 16 GB
Supports USB mass storage
Bluetoothยฎ, Wi-Fi and 3.5 mm headset connectivity
Integrated GPS and a digital compass with a sensor that enables the
phone to know what direction it is facing
Smart dialer for simplified dialing by name, number or initials
Full HTML browser with Flash Lite capabilities
Seamless compatibility with Google services like Google Maps, Gmail,
Google Search and more
So have you come up with an answer? Is the Droid Eris just as good as
the Hero or do you prefer Sprint over Verizon Wireless?
The phone is going to be available starting early tomorrow morning and
it will cost you $99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and with a 2-year
contract. And if you do purchase the HTC Droid Eris, don t hesitate to
tell us all about it in our comments section!
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