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Motorola Droid 4 Review: This Keyboard Rocks, But That’s About It

The Droid 4 doesn't look much like its other Droid siblings, but it does promise the same stellar keyboard and a solid construction. At $199 it won't break your wallet, but it will offer most of the same specs we're seeing go for $300, including a 4G LTE radio. If thin and light is important to you, the Droid 4 probably isn't what you're looking for, but keyboard purists should start getting excited.
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