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Nov
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Maybe the black slabs of glass and Kevlar that are Verizon's 2013 DROID lineup aren't doing it for you. If that's the case (and you haven't already bought a customized Moto X), you can now pick up either the svelte DROID Ultra or the pint-sized DROID Mini in shades of white. The capacious DROID Maxx, surprisingly, is still only offered in black.

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Unlike some of the early leaks of the white Ultra model, this one seems to be white all over, as opposed to white on the glass panel with a black body. (The white-on-black coloration was how Verizon's DROID RAZR HD and related phones were styled - I think this looks much better.) The white color might also make the fingerprint magnet finish on both the Ultra and the Mini a little less pronounced. As usual, Evleaks predicted them both.

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The Verizon web store has both white models available at their standard prices: $99 on-contract and $449.99 unsubsidized for the Ultra, $49.99 on-contract and $399.99 for the Mini. (There's also a red version of the DROID Ultra that's been available since launch.) Amazon has the new colors too, at $19.99 and one penny for the on-contract Ultra and Mini, respectively. I assume that Verizon's retail stores will have the new white versions soon if they don't already.

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
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    This is just my opinion but I am never buying White smartphones anymore, Black allows the screen to blend in with the rest of the phone which looks a lot better to me.

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