Motorola and Verizon debuts 'Droid Android' smartphone

Verizon and Motorola announced Droid Android smartphone, and the first Android device running Eclair. It’ll be available on Nov 6, for $199 with a two year contract and mail-in rebate. Droid is nearly identical in size to iPhone 3G S, with a screen 0.2" larger, and a body only 0.02" thicker despite having a full […]

Verizon and Motorola announced Droid Android smartphone, and the first Android device running Eclair. It’ll be available on Nov 6, for $199 with a two year contract and mail-in rebate. Droid is nearly identical in size to iPhone 3G S, with a screen 0.2" larger, and a body only 0.02" thicker despite having a full QWERTY keyboard. Droid has 3.7" (480x854) WVGA capacitive touchscreen, a 16 GB memory card which can be replaced by microSD cards up to <32 GB, a 550 MHz (listed in leaks), EV-DO rev. A 3G, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with dual LED Flash and digital image stabilization and DVD-quality video recording, aGPS and standalone GPS, a 3-axis accelerometer, and 6.4 hours of talk time or 11.25 days of standby.

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