Motorola Unveils Three New Droid Smartphones

New phones exclusive to Verizon, powered by Google technology

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    Chicago-based company makes another push to carve out some more market share in a progressively competitive smartphone marketplace. Charlie Wojciechowski reports.

    Chicago-based Motorola launched three new Droid smartphones Tuesday, another push to carve out some more market share in a progressively competitive marketplace.

    The three new phones are the Droid Mini ($100), the Droid Ultra ($200) and the Droid Maxx ($300).

    All three phones are exclusive to Verizon, powered by Google software and feature Kevlar cases, gorilla glass and a 10 megapixel camera.

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    Motorola touts the ability of the Maxx to keep its juice long enough to let you talk for two days and calls the Ultra the slimmest 4G LTE phone in the world at only 7.18 millimeters.

    The phones are expected to be available at the end of next month.

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