After months of rumors and speculations, the Droid 2 is finally here. The update to what has been one of the most popular Android smartphones to date has finally arrived. The Droid 2 has everything you loved about the original Motorola Droid only better, as it ships with Android 2.2, Flash Player 10.1 and a revised QWERTY keyboard.
Full Specs for the Motorola Droid 2 after the jump
Morotola Droid 2 official Specifications:
- TI OMAP 1GHz processor with dedicated GPU
- 3G Mobile Hotspot capable
- 8GB internal memory
- 8GB pre-installed microSD card with support for up to 32GB microSD cards
- Bluetooth 2.1 support
- DLNA support
- 5-megapixel camra with auto-focus, touch-to-focus, face detection and panoramic modes
- Dedicated camera key
- DVD-D1 video capture, slow-motion capture, fast motion capture and more
- Video sharing support: YouTube
- Photo sharing support: Facebook Picasa, Photobucket
- 3.5mm headset jack
- Full Suite of Google Apps: Google Maps Navigation, GTalk with Presence, Gmail, YoUTube, Latitude, Google Calendar
- Advanced Speech Recognition
- Android 2.2 Froyo
- Facebook, MySpace and Twitter support
- Push email support
- Skype Mobile
- V CAST Media Manager
- Visual Voice Mail
- Blockbuster Mobile Application
- Amazon MP3 capable
- Android Music Player
The Droid 2 will be available from Verizon’s online store tomorrow and in VZW stores this Thursday. Price for the Droid 2 is $199 price after a $100 MIR which includes a 2-year contract.
Whilst I love a physical keyboard, after handling the Samsung Captivate for about quarter-hour, it is arduous to move back. At this time I’m debating whether or not to visit Verizon for the Droid X, go to Sprint for the EVO, or stay with AT&T for the Captivate…selections, decisions.
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