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Motorola Droid

An Android-based smartphone by Motorola.

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A Quick Tip by TeamAWAC

  • Nov 4, 2009
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It looks like this might be the first actual competitor to the iPhone.. after two years. Does anyone think Apple is sitting on their hands?
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review by . February 05, 2010
Not an iPhone Killer, But Just as Good!
Yesterday morning, being the first person at the Verizon store at 9AM, I purchased my first smartphone.  I had weighed a lot of options; should I switch to AT&T and join the millions of people who have the iPhone or should I stick with trusty Verizon and get the Droid?  Well Obviously I am writing a review of the Droid and that's what I got!  Right away after the purchase, I sat down on the Verizon store's couch and started playing.  I was thrilled at just how responsive …
Quick Tip by . April 29, 2010
posted in Ubergizmo
The keyboard takes awhile, but I have finally gotten used to it after six months.
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From Verizon Wireless:

Check it out. DROID by Motorola is fast. Like scary fast. You can blaze across the Web with a massive processor andVerizon’s powerful 3G network. You don’t even need to type! With Google Search™ by Voice, you just tell it what you want and DROID searches the Web to find it. You can switch between up to six apps at once! Choose a few (or a few hundred) from Android Market™ and try it yourself. DROID won’t bother you while you’re running those apps. It keeps disruptive alerts at bay in a handy expandable notification panel. 
It’s a pint–sized power plant. It’s location–aware. Voice–recognizing. App–mashing and multi–tasking. It can see through walls. And connect you to anyone or anything at break–neck speed. At some point, power and intelligence mean something more than a phone. At some point, you have yourself a DROID by Motorola.

  • HTML Web Browser
  • 3.7" Touch Screen
  • 5.0 Megapixel Camera
  • 16 GB microSD™ Card Pre–installed
  • Slide–out QWERTY Keyboard
  • Bluetooth®* Stereo Support
  • TTY Compatible
  • Hearing Aid Compatibility = M3/T
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Type: Smartphone
Model: Droid
Features: 3G, App Store, Google Android OS, Gmail, Wi-Fi

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