We haven’t seen any image or spec leaks for the Motorola Droid 3, until this day. Personally, I believe that this device’s fate will be the same as Atrix 4G’s or Motorola Xoom’s, but who knows… maybe the people will get richer, so they can afford a $800 tablet. Anyways, shall we proceed to the more “tech” stuff? Alright then.
There are three videos, with the purpose of a guide to a new user, so we didn’t really heard any processor or screen info. However, we could take a quick look at the handset’s design and the camera’s capability.
In the first place we should mention that Droid 3 features a full sliding QWERTY keyboard with 5 rows, which looks quite nice. As mentioned in the first video, on the top of the phone is the power on/off button, on the left side the microUSB and HDMI port, while on the right side the volume buttons. Underneath the screen, there are the 4 typical Android buttons: Menu, Home, Back and Search. Above the screen, there are probably the proximity sensors and the front-facing camera.
On the back of the device the 8MP camera and LED Flash is revealed, along with the speakers and the Motorola logo.
Only thing we are sure of is the camera, which is an 8MP one featuring 1080p video recording (similar to the Samsung Galasy S II). The processor, in my opinion, will be at least a dual-core, while the screen should be a qHD type.
Motorola Droid 3 runs Android, but which one? In my opinion, it runs the Android 2.3, with a customized UI, or Android 3.0 optimized for smartphones. We couldn’t see many differences, except the new touch QWERTY keyboard, and the new design we you unlock the screen.
Here are the three videos:
Hopefully, this device won’t cost as much as the previous high-end Motorola’s, they just have to understand that not everybody can afford it, even those who can, would probably purchase and rather an iPhone 4.