Which is the most expensive 4G LTE device for now? It’s the one offered by Samsung — the Samsung Droid Charge. Can you imagine paying $299.99 for a contract-phone? I know it’s crazy, and you have to think over this idea for a long time before getting one. The two other devices supporting Verizon’s 4G LTE network are the HTC Thunderbolt and the LG Revolution, which cost $249 and $199 respectively.
Anyway, now we have Amazon’s offer to change the situation. The retailer, which used to sell the Samsung Droid Charge for $179.99, now cut the price to super low $99.99. This means that the Droid Charge is turning into the most affordable smartphone among the trio. The conditions of the purchase are the same as offered by Verizon, that is the same contract.
The launch of the smartphone by Samsung and Verizon took place back in April.
The Samsung Droid Charge is equipped with a great 4.3-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display, an 8MP rear and a 1.3MP front-facing cameras, a 1 GHz single-core processor and Android as an OS (unfortunately, the device has Android Froyo, which will be upgraded to Gingerbread later this year).