Special Two-Hour Event: New Android Devices on Sale Extra Early at Verizon Wireless' 34th Street Store, Doors Open at Midnight
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Special Two-Hour Event: New Android Devices on Sale Extra Early at Verizon Wireless' 34th Street Store, Doors Open at Midnight NEW YORK, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- WHAT: Verizon Wireless will open its 34th Street Communications Store at midnight tonight (12 a.m. November 6, 2009) so New Yorkers can be among the first in the nation to purchase new Android smartphones. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20091105/NY06137 ) BACKGROUND: Bringing the power of the Android(TM) platform and the Verizon Wireless network together, this special two-hour sale will offer two Android devices and accessories only: DROID by Motorola is the world's first smartphone with the Android(TM) 2.0 operating system offering high-speed Web browsing, voice-activated search, customizable large screen, access to thousands of Android applications and hundreds of widgets -- all on the Verizon Wireless network, the best 3G mobile network in the country. DROID ERIS(TM) by HTC combines the Android platform with HTC Sense(TM), a user experience from HTC that makes it easy for customers to stay close to one another and create an individual mobile experience tailored specifically to their needs. WHEN: Friday, November 6, 2009 Midnight - 2 a.m. 34th Street and all stores in area will reopen Friday at 7 or 8 a.m. WHERE: Verizon Wireless Communications Store 134 W 34th Street (between 7th and Broadway) Broadcast-quality video and images available for download at the Verizon Wireless Multimedia Library. SOURCE Verizon Wireless David Samberg, +1-914-329-5429, David.email@example.com, or Alison Karam, +1-860-906-6264, Alison.firstname.lastname@example.org
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