Announced at CES and delayed because it was receiving "enhancements," the Motorola Droid Bionic has appeared on Amazon, safely swaddled by a desktop dock and car dock.
If these leaked docs are real, the Droid 3 won't cause jaws to drop in the specs department, packing a beefed up version of the 1GHz, dual-core OMAP III chipset and qHD display. But what it will have is the ability to use the phone overseas, which will certainly make it a globetrotter's best friend. [AndroidCentral]
After numerous leaks and hints, the Motorola Droid 3 is official—well, in China anyway, where it's being called the Milestone 3 (the European and Asian name for the Droid series.) As expected, the Gingerbread phone is faster, thinner and shoots 1080p videos.
Expected around June on Verizon Wireless, the Motorola Droid 3 will be a smart-snappin' 8MP handset with 960 x 540 qHD screen resolution, dual-core processor, and HDMI-out port. The jury is still out on whether it'll be LTE-compatible, however.
Pretty much everything about the Droid X2 has leaked already, save for the date of launch. Internal Verizon documents are claiming it'll be May 26th, though it'll start showing up around May 19th via direct fulfillment.
Someone at Motorola is being awfully careless with their documents, as more official photos have leaked out of the Droid X2, along with purported specs sheets.
Phones are definitely getting bigger. To wit: on the left is the original Droid, measuring 3.7-inches. In the middle the Droid 2 also has a 3.7-inch screen, but a larger bezel. And on the right? That's a leaked photo of the Motorola Droid 3 (or so it's believed), showing a 4-inch screen.
Between October 2008 and January 2011, millions of people activated Android phones. And if there's a more beautiful way to visualize that than having each individual account light up the sky, I can't even begin to imagine it. Also: man, people really liked that Droid, huh? [Android Developer via Android Central]
Seriously, that's got to hurt. Two forum-posters calling themselves Team DeFuse are claiming they successfully managed to overclock both the Droid 2 and Droid X, taking them from a decent 1.0GHz to spectacular 2.0GHz. We'd be concerned for their safety, if we hadn't seen they survived the task at least long enough to…
Oh this is fun! You know that noise that Motorola's Droids make? "Drooooid" in that cute droid-y voice? Your Mac can make that exact same sound! It feels a little wrong but damn if it isn't satisfying. Here's how:
A collection of new images of the R2-D2 skinned special edition Droid 2 have been unlocked on Verizon's advertorial web site, showing the phone in much more detail—and revealing this rather nice themed dock.
This must be one of the most leaked phones in the history of tech blogs. Found in a newspaper yesterday, this Verizon advert shows the Droid 2, keyboard splayed and all, with the words "coming soon." Yes, but when?
An employee at Best Buy Mobile spotted these suspicious cases in a new delivery, and whaddya know—they're emblazoned with the product name of Motorola's much-hyped Droid 2.
A list of Verizon's End of Life devices has surfaced over at DROIDForums.net. Some of the phones will be missed more than others, but none more than Motorola Droid.
Dipped in clarified cyborg testosterone as it comes off the assembly line, the Droid X is sci-fi machismo congealed into a phone. Yet it's gelded by steroidal software—a fussy, awkward android with acne the size of asteroids.
Google may've let Froyo out of the bag, but until the networks and manufacturers release it that won't mean anything to those ready to kick Android 2.1 to the curb. Sprint and Motorola's (rough/unconfirmed) plans are detailed below. UPDATE
Recent rumors are suggesting the Droid X will go on sale in July, with the Droid 2 Shadow the month after in August. Both Android phones will be exclusive to Verizon, and will run on 45nm Texas Instruments' OMAP processors, at 1GHz. This should more than place them in-line with the wealth of Snapdragon-running phones.…