We told you there would be more! A lot of you sent in some fantastic videos for us to look over in the last giveaway, but this time, we’re making it a lot easier on you. How simple is it to enter? Just drop in a comment and you can win — that’s all. We’ll be giving away the remaining two Motorola DROIDs we have in this giveaway so you have two chances to grab one!
The giveaway will run for one week until December 21st at 11:59PM ET.
To enter, leave a comment below. You’ll be automatically entered.
(2) winners will be chosen randomly.
You must be 18 years or older and be a U.S. resident (plus the device won’t do you much good outside of the country anyway).
Motorola DROID video winners!
new smartphones to hit Verizon Wireless in early 2010?
The Motorola A555 Devour is also known as our old friend the Motorola Calgary . The Devour will be the DROID’s little brother and is expected to arrive in early 2010 with Android 2.1, MOTOBLUR and a 3 megapixel camera
I did like the Droid's five-megapixel camera, which matches the resolution of another new Motorola phone that runs Android, the Cliq, and can take sharper shots than contemporaries like the iPhone, whose camera hovers around 3 megapixels. There's also a very bright flash — another thing the iPhone and Cliq lack — so you can take photos in low light.
The Droid's big screen makes for a nice viewfinder, and a small menu of camera settings slides out from the left side of the screen so you can adjust the white balance and use different color effects. You'll have plenty of space to store the photos you take, too, because the Droid includes a 16 gigabyte microSD memory card.
The Droid runs on Verizon Wireless' network, and I was pretty impressed with its speed as I surfed the Web, looked up directions or checked e-mail. It also got a generally solid reception for making calls, and while my friends' voices didn't sound as clear as they could, I didn't have problems with dropped calls.
It's also one of the most promising challengers to the iPhone, a field that now includes Palm's Pre and Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm2.
Droid is a good alternative for those seeking a feature-packed smart phone with a full keyboard and strong wireless service
Its 3.7-inch screen is bigger than the iPhone's 3.5-inch one, and the extra real estate really makes it easier to navigate Web pages and play with applications. It also offers plenty of space on the home screen (and two side screens that you swipe to see) for software "widgets" that give a quick look at such things as your friends' Facebook status updates or the song you're playing on the built-in music player.
Droid will also be the first phone to include a cool, free mapping application from Google that can announce turn-by-turn directions
the Droid has a voice search function. It can be used, for instance, to help navigate routes when you're in the Maps Navigation application. Saying "Navigate to Starbucks in San Francisco" should give you a list of Starbucks Coffee shops. Pick one, and you'll get turn-by-turn directions.
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2009The Milestone is a joke, i had this phone for about a week to test it out. My buddy has the N9... moren900 is slow than milestone
milestone is too fast see review in youtube and read mobile-review and other review
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2009The Milestone is a joke, i had this phone for about a week to test it out. My buddy has the N9... morehahahahahaaaaahaaaaaaa
you are big lair man
how u open 30 apps in n900
this is bigest 2009 lie
30 apps ????!!!!??? hahahahahaaaaa
droid taking over story..
brynn, 18 Dec 2009I am still getting milestone and why would you want 30 apps openn???? its the same with satio... moreThats what i forgot to add keep i-phone off this and every other forum if we wanted i-phone we would buy one,,i dont care if they give it to me i hate it and sick to the back teeth of hearing about it..
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2009The Milestone is a joke, i had this phone for about a week to test it out. My buddy has the N9... moreIf u spend 1 minute on each app thats 30 mins of the day gone in fact i dont think ive had 5 apps on a fone open at once..Please keep the i phone off this forum its a boring fone.
Anonymous, 18 Dec 2009The Milestone is a joke, i had this phone for about a week to test it out. My buddy has the N9... moreI am still getting milestone and why would you want 30 apps openn???? its the same with sation ,what are people using 12MP for...Some people just want the most whereas genuine users are here to use it as a tool and productivity not something to show off...The 1GHz toshiba tgo1 is a big indicator that clock speed means nothing,,ram is as valuable and proffessionaly written software...
Anonymous, 17 Dec 2009lol have you actually used this phone? because my friend has it and it is nowhere near as fast... moreThe Milestone is a joke, i had this phone for about a week to test it out. My buddy has the N900. After about having 8 apps open on the milestone my phone would start freezing as to where his N900 would just keep going up to about thirty apps. N900 is way better for speed and multi-tasking. I am happy to say i will be exchanging phones very shortly
do manyone know how much it cost?? hopefully this will be available in philippines, as of now i use HTC..tnx
yes sms service is active on Milestone.
I have boght this smartphone... Monitor is GREAT!
Luis, 17 Dec 2009Please, somebody can tell me this phone dont have sms service?it has sms.
Droid has a graphics processor that is similar to the one found in the Nokia N900.
The Motorola Droid comes with a 16GB memory card that can be replaced by a 32GB version down the road. That's pretty comfortable
Music: All the functions are there and it works well. As usual, it is possible to search per artist, album, song or playlist, but it's also possible to do a search by keyword (just start typing in the music player app), which is very practical, especially if you have a lot of media files. I have tested the sound output with a pair of Bose ComfortQuiet 15 headphones, and the sound quality is like most smartphones - not good, not bad. There are reports saying that the sound quality is "Excellent", but it doesn't sound better *to me* that common Mp3 players or smartphones
YouTube playback: YouTube video playback is very good. I've tried playing high-quality files over Verizon's 3G network and the playback is very good: The included photos and videos speak for themselves. Basically, you can browse Youtube's mobile site and when you find a video that you like, click on it and it will launch the Android YouTube application that will play the file in full screen (landscape mode). As usual, there's no support for Hulu
Like most Android phones, the Droid uses a lock pattern
The Motorola Droid has a very good email support. Gmail is obviously there, and email in general should be easy to setup when using popular email services. I use Exchange for work, and there's Exchange support out of the box in Android 2.0. If you wonder, this is true "push email", just like Blackberry (and other) phones. I question the gray background design of the email app, and I sure wish that there was a way to customize it, but it is not a deal breaker. Having an email widget that shows the last 10 emails on the homepage would be great too. If you setup all your accounts in the Email application (that means not using a Gmail app) you can have a combined view of your Emails -
All in all, the email experience is great