If you're a sucker for rare electronics, love prototype devices, or prefer silver trim over gold trim, it looks like you're in luck. A Motorola DROID Prototype has popped up on eBay and can be yours if you want (current bid is $510). According to the seller, this Motorola DROID is one of five devices made specifically for Motorola Engineers. The difference from your 'run of the mill' Verizon Motorola DROID is that it styles a chrome bezel instead of black, silver buttons instead of gold, and has enhanced LED lights on the touchscreen buttons. The seller promises that it'll work perfectly and comes with a clean ESN, ready for activation.
We prefer the look of the gold-accented, available to everyone Motorola DROID but hey, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What do you guys think?
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