Droid 2 Global

Verizon has finally and officially, kind of, sort of announced the Motorola Droid 2 Global on its Facebook page. You've actually been able to preorder the Droid 2 Global for a while now, but now it's official -- and $20 more than its initial listing -- at $199.99 after two-year contract and $100 mail-in rebate. In return you get the Droid 2 upgraded with a SIM card so you can use it overseas (forget about using it on T-Mobile and AT&T), plus a faster 1.2GHz processor.

It's also interesting that it's the lone entry on Verizon's DroidDoes site, cementing the thought that it has replaced the original Droid 2, which is just a few months old. Anybody buying now? [Facebook, Verizon via AndroidOS.in]

Droid 2 Global on Facebook

 

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Droid 2 Global officially acknowledged by Verizon on Facebook

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They have locked out certain bands, even if you "unlock" the sim. So even though you can use it overseas, it wont work at home.

the phone is great.
I have the phone unlocked and work with overseas sim's card.
the phone were available on the 18 of Nov

Am wondering if this phone it`s unlocked from VZW or we have to unlock it? And VZW did they charging to use it overseas? And which is the 220 Countries VZW talking about? Finely who`s going to go that much oveseas? I do travel to overseas they do have better cellphone than the Droid or ever the Iphone.