It’s a big day for Big Red as three more Android devices come to Verizon. The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (see our hands-on), LG Revolution (see our first look) and Motorola Droid X2 (initial review) are all available for purchase now, expanding Verizon’s already robust Android lineup.
Each phone has its advantages, it's just a matter of personal preference for which one you choose. The Xperia Play is the first "Playstation-certified" device and will be extremely robust for gaming. Oh, and Minecraft will be available exclusively for the Play for a limited time.
The Droid X2 is an incremental improvement over the original. The dual-core processor inside will make it incredibly snappy and the lack of LTE means good battery life.
The Revolution stands as the only 4G LTE device launched today, and that means you’ll be paying a bit more for the phone as it can be had for $249 with a 2-year contract. It is also the first phone to come preloaded with Netflix, an app that I'm sure many don't mind to come with the device.
The Xperia Play and Droid X2 can both be bought for the standard $199.
Verizon's Android lineup got a lot juicier today. What's everyone picking up?