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Motorola Droid's unboxingCNET's Natali Del Conte takes a look at the Motorola Droid for Verizon Wireless, a smartphone running Google's Android 2.0 operating system and marketed as an anti-iPhone. It is set to hit the market on November 6 for $199.99, with a two-year contract.
[ Music ] ^m00:00:02 >> Hi I'm Natalie del Conte with CNET, and we're here in Times Square looking at the Motorola Droid. This is the first Android phone for Verizon, and it's an answer to all those Verizon customers who say they don't have the good Smartphones; because this a cool Smartphone. It comes out on November 6. It will cost 199 dollars, and we're going to take it apart and see what's inside the box. ^m00:00:23 [ Music ] ^m00:00:26 >> Oh, it is thin. ^m00:00:28 [ Music ] ^m00:00:36 >> The Motorola Droid is running Android 2.0. This is the second installment of Google's mobile operating system. >> This is really responsive. >> The Droid charges over standard USB. It doesn't come with a headphone jack, but it accepts any standard headphone jack. ^m00:00:57 [ Music ] ^m00:01:04 >> This phone launches on November 6. With a 2 year contract on Verizon, it will cost you 199 dollars. We're going to have a full review of all the features of this phone here on CNET, so stay tuned for that. In New York I'm Natalie del Conte, CNET.com.