Motorola’s highly anticipated DROID smartphone looks set to enter into action this coming November 6th via Verizon Wireless, where the smartphone was specially designed to outperform its rivals in terms of their weaknesses, although a thought of whether the DROID has any weakness of its own does surface. The Motorola DROID will offer access to high-speed Web browsing, voice-activated search, customizable large screen, as well as access to thousands of Android applications alongside hundreds of widgets, making sure you will have a ball of a time with the handset.
This very capable multi-tasking machine will also offer a rich host of features, where among them include voice recognition and over the air updating for your convenience. With its multi-window HTML browser and speedy processor, you will be able to enjoy a seamless Web experience as though you were surfing on a desktop instead. The generous 3.7″ high resolution display at 854 pixels wide offers over double the resolution of its leading competitor, and you can run a whole host of applications simultaneously incluing widgets that are available on Android Market, allowing you to juggle up to half a dozen applications simultaneously for all the power multi-taskers out there.
Searching for data or contacts has never been easier as you can now ditch typing the keyword as Google Search on the DROID is as simple as speaking into the handset thanks to its voice-activated search that will serve up Google search results based on your location. Even better is this, type the subject of your choice on the home screen’s search bar and the DROID will also look out for similar content on your phone, including apps and contacts in addition to the Web – sounds pretty much like the WebOS in this department. Other features of the DROID include a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and autofocus, Google Maps support, Google Talk support, YouTube compatibility and Facebook synchronization. Verizon Wireless will offer the Motorola DROID for $199.99 with a 2-year agreement after a $100 mail-in rebate.
Source : coolest-gadgets
Thursday, October 29, 2009
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