As promised, all three Turbo variants are available with 32GB of storage for $199 on-contract, while the ballistic nylon model also comes with 64GB of storage for $249.99. Verizon is also selling the new DROID through its EDGE program starting at $24.99 per month, or for full price at $599 for 32GB and $649 for 64GB.
We covered the DROID Turbo in detail earlier this week, but in case you need a refresh here’s what the device has to offer: it packs a 5.2-inch QHD display, a Snapdragon 805 processor, a 3900mAh battery with a promise of up to 48 hours of battery life, a 21-megapixel rear camera and 3GB of RAM. It also runs Android 4.4.4 with an upgrade to 5.0 Lollipop coming down the line, and offers a few extra software tweaks courtesy of Motorola.
The DROID Turbo is a great device, and we especially like the ballistic nylon design. Unfortunately it’s a Verizon exclusive—at least for now—but if you’re already a customer with Big Red or willing to switch carriers this is definitely a device to consider.