The date: Nov. 11 — that'd be next Tuesday, just a week after what we initially thought would be the launch.
The price: $299.99 with the standard 2-year contract/rebates/data plan.
The cost goes up from there. If you want it off-contract, you're gonna have to shell out $499.99.
What else do we learn? There should be a camera-less version for the worrisome enterprise types. Expect a national advertising campaign starting next month.
Hit up the BGR link here for the rest of the dirty details.
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