Motorola DROID for Verizon launched, includes Google Maps Navigation beta
Verizon Wireless has officially unveiled the Motorola DROID, the first Android 2.0 device to be officially launched and the first device to feature Google Maps Navigation, Google’s new GPS navigation service. The new uber-Android smartphone will cost $199.99 when it becomes available on November 6th.
I’m about to catch a train to New York to meet with Verizon and Moto in just a few minutes and will, god willing, return with a DROID to review personally.
For now I am just going to link off to our MobileBurn.com story on the DROID, where you can get up to speed on specs and features.
Small gallery after the jump.