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Motorola DROID Smartphone
Mark Peters : October 25th 2009 - 21:00 CET
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MotorolaMotorola DROID Android Smartphone : For many manufacturers, it is not easy to manage the Internet. And in the case of Motorola, it actually happened that part of the product specifications of a yet-to-be-revealed Motorola mobile phone, appeared on a web page, visible to the entire public. The accidentally displayed new Motorola, is in fact the Motorola DROID, a Google Android 2.0 based mobile phone. The Motorola DROID is a 5 megapixel smartphone equipped with a large size 3.7-inch touchscreen LCD monitor. In addition, the Motorola DROID phone is able to capture videos in DVD quality at a speed of 24fps. Naturally, the Motorola DROID Smartphone supports Google applications including Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps and YouTube.

Motorola DROID

Motorola DROID Smartphone
The Motorola DROID's built-in digital camera uses Auto Focus technology and is supported by an image stabilizer. At this time, it is not yet clear which type of image sensor is used for the DROID, however, hopefully Motorola will have opted for the Kodak KAC-05020 CMOS sensor. This image sensor has previously been applied to the Motorola ZN5, and really appealed to us in practice. The lens has a fixed focus with the additional option for a digital zoom.

Motorola Smartphone

Android based Motorola Smartphone
The 3.7-inch monitor features a resolution of 480x854 pixels and a 16:9 ratio. The weight of the Motorola DROID Smartphone is 169 grams. Motorola will introduce the DROID as a powerful multimedia slide phone that allows a high-speed Internet experience and that will stand out through the possibility to enable different applications running simultaneously. As soon as more information about the new Motorola Smartphone becomes available, we will of course bring you all the updates.
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