Four big hitters are making their way to Verizon’s line-up today at once, with the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, Motorola Droid X2, LG Revolution and the Windows 7-toting HTC Trophy. Well, make that three heavy hitters and a good sport. Verizon’s arsenal increase sees it covered on the gaming angle with the PlayStation branded Xperia Play and furhter bolsters the company’s 4G LTE offerings with the Revolution.
The Droid X2 goes for sheer power on a budget though, with a dual core processor, qHD screen and Tegra 2 for $200. Movie buffs are well provided for as well with the Revolution, specifically by the pre-installed Netflix and expansive 4.3 inch screen. Unfortunately it also packs a premium, as it’s $50 more expensive than the beefier Droid X2. All in all, Verizon customers are downright spoiled for choice at the moment.
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