Motorola Droid 3 leaks out in tutorial vids, confirms 8MP camera and 1080p recordings, other changes include what seem to be a pair of volume keys on the right edge (instead of the usual rocker), the apparent lack of a dedicated camera button, and both micro-USB and mini-HDMI on the left edge in the Droid X2 configuration………..
A series of Droid 3 training videos surfaced, well ahead of the device’s release, which is rumored to be sometime this summer and the videos clearly show and confirm a larger form factor with curvier lines (4″ sounds about right now), an 8MP HD camera that is capable of 1080P video recording, an updated version of MOTOBLUR, a 5-row keyboard with a dedicated number row and an HDMI output. Unfortunately, they don’t hint at the real meat and potatoes of what’s inside the phone itself: Speculation has run rampant that the Droid 3‘s CPU is going to get the bump into dual-core land via a TI OMAP or Tegra 2 chipset, but the leaked videos do nothing to confirm or deny that fact. Rumors indicate that the smartphone might ship with Android 2.2. It’s a move that almost seems silly given the open availability of Gingerbread (Android 2.3) and the fact that competing phones ship with this latest Android version. The Droid 3 packs five full rows of keys on its keyboard–number keys receive their own dedicated buttons this time around.
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