Droid Mini Sold-Out Out of Stock - Ships Soon

DroidminioutofstockAfter an initial release date scheduled for August 29, Verizon Wireless will be shipping the Droid mini, early, which may have to do with the sold-out status of the Droid Ultra and MAXX.

The 4.3-inch handset will begin shipping August 22.

Meanwhile, we checked this evening at the Verizon Wireless website which showed that the Droid mini is temporarily out of stock. This follows, yesterday's August 27 ship dates for the Droid Ultra and MAXX that became available in stores, on August 20, yesterday.

 The Droid mini comes with a free six months of Google All Access music subscription with unlimited access to millions of songs from any device.

At Wirefly Droids Sold Out of Stock: How to Get Droid Ultra, mini MAXX ASAP Cheapest Deal the Droid mini is priced at $49.99 for new contracts/upgrades and in stock for preorder. The Droid MAXX is selling for $199.99 for new contracts/upgrades from Wirefly .

The Droid mini features a 4.3" screen, wireless charging, 16GB of storage and 2000 mAh battery.

All  the Droid offers scratch resistance Gorilla Glass, HD  (720x1280 pixels)AMOLED touchscreen, water repellent Nano-coating, Kevlar unibody, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System.

All Droid have 10MP cameras, front-facing cameras, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.This Droid line was designed in the U.S.A and made in Asia.

Droid Zap makes it that easy to share files. Swiping up on a picture instantly shares it with fellow compatible Droid owners nearby, all they need to do is swipe down on their screen to receive it.

Touchless voice control lets you use your Droid without your hands.

Wake up the DROID by saying “Ok Google Now” and then tell it what you want to do. And for those users who constantly lose their phone under the couch or around the house, they can simply say “Ok Google Now, call my DROID” and it will start ringing. And Active Notifications lets users preview messages and app alerts without waking their phone.

These Touchless Controls and Active Display let users make calls, send texts, get directions, play music, set a reminder and preview notifications hands-free without having to unlock the phone, giving DROID users a whole new way of interacting with their phones.