A couple of weeks ago we saw the DROID Pro pop up on Verizon's test site with a shocking, though probably not totally accurate, price tag of $299.99. Today the launch date for the device leaked out, too, but this information seems just a bit more legit. The folks over at Android Central received the images you see above and below, showing that the DROID Pro will officially go on pre-sale on November 9th and will land on store shelves on November 18th. If you just can't wait to get your paws on a DROID Pro and sync it to your company's Exchange server, then I have some good news for you: anyone that pre-orders the device will actually get it before it goes on sale on the 18th. Pre-orders will begin shipping on November 10-11, so you'd better get your order in early.
Motorola's business-centric DROID Pro may be shipping a bit later than the rumored November 11th date that we heard previously, but an extra week shouldn't kill anyone. Unfortunately, there was no pricing information found in today's launch date leak (isn't that the way this stuff always goes?). Considering that "$199.99 with a two year contract and $100 mail-in rebate" seems to be the popular price point for a new smartphone nowadays, I think it'd be safe to assume that the DROID Pro will be priced in the same way.
UPDATE: And now we've got pricing for the DROID Pro, too. According to a document leaked to Engadget, pricing for the Pro will be set at $179.00 with a two-year contract (and probably a $100 mail-in rebate, too). Meanwhile, the Samsung Continuum will launch for $199.99. Finally, the HTC Merge, which was rumored to be launching on November 11th, is now slated to arrive some time after the 17th, instead.