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The Motorola Droid went live as Verizon (NYSE: VZ)’s first Android phone earlier this morning. Then, Google announced that their Google Maps app for Android 2.0 now supports GPS turn-by-turn directions with voice guidance. The two announcements merged, like that those really big storms in that one movie involving a fishing boat of some sort, to form one of the biggest product launches of the year. I just got a chance to put my hands all over the Motorola Droid and thought I’d let you in on my initial impressions (and from-the-hip pics). The short version: Verizon’s Motorola Droid is badass. Keep reading for the long version (and a massive hands-on photo gallery
First, the Motorola Droid is slim – 13.7mm, to be exact. You’re probably not used to seeing a QWERTY slider as svelte as the keyboard-less iPhone 3GS, so the slim-waisted Droid is a pleasant surprise. Unfortunately, all that thinness comes with sacrifices. The keyboard is decent, but the keys are almost completely flat and don’t offer too much travel. Thankfully, there’s a satisfyingly tactile “click” to the keys that makes the keyboard quite usable. It’s also good to see the top row sporting numeric alternatives and a dedicated “@” key.
The Droid is pretty. The little stub that extends below the bottom of the screen might look a bit awkward in photos, but in person the Droid is one attractive smartphone. Navigation buttons are flush mounted, making for clean look. The Droid’s sharp lines and modern industrial design remind me of Motorola’s glory days when the RAZR’s innovative design reigned king in the mobile phone market. And, with a soft-touch backside, the Droid is as pretty as it is fun to hold
As for features and specs, the Droid is one power-packed handset. It’s got more than enough processing power to run its Android 2.0 OS without any noticeable lag or stuttering. Screen rotations execute without hesitation and menus pop up nice and fast. The 5-megapixel camera is impressive, as is the dual-LED flash and HD video recording at 24fps. The one video recording that I saw demonstrated on the Droid looked crisp and smooth, even at less than 30fps. The huge 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen is bright and responsive. Then there’s the microSD card slot pre-loaded with a 16GB microSD card. Can you say multimedia monster?
Google Maps Navigation is awesome (our video demo here). There’s a reason Garmin’s stock dropped through the floor this morning. Not only does Google provide turn-by-turn GPS navigation with voice prompts, the Google Maps Navigation feature allows you to overlay all kinds of data layers on top of your route – you can view traffic along your specific route, or you can find nearby gas stations, or Hilton hotels, or burger joints, or convenience stores, or… you get the idea. And, the ability to view your navigation route on top of Google Maps’ satellite view is amazing. There’s even a street view mode that gives you a look at what the upcoming turn looks like in real life!
milestone team , 03 Dec 2009The mythical Motorola (NYSE: MOT) Sholes tablet is starting to become reality. Since before th... more8-megapixel autofocusing camera,
a TI OMAP 3430 Cortex A8 processor clocked at 800Mhz, expecting the Sholes to launch next year with the latest Android 2.1 OS on board,
Cannot imagine how fast with the TI OMAP 3430 Cortex A8 processor 800Mhz!!
The mythical Motorola (NYSE: MOT) Sholes tablet is starting to become reality. Since before the launch of the Android-powered Motorola Droid and its slide-out QWERTY keyboard, we’ve been hearing rumors that Motorola has a slate-style (tablet) variant in the works – the Sholes tablet. We’ve been dying to see what the presumably thinner, more powerful candybar Droid/Sholes would look lie, and today we’re happy to say that we’ve been given a glimpse of the upcoming Android phone.
Thanks to Mobile01, we now know that the Motorola Sholes tablet picks up where the Droid left off. It’s got the same 3.7-inch 854 x 480 touchscreen, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a robot-chic design aesthetic. Taking things a bit further, we learn that the Sholes sports an 8-megapixel autofocusing camera, HDMI-out port, a TI OMAP 3430 Cortex A8 processor possibly clocked at 800Mhz, multi-touch support and Motorola’s Crystal Talk DSP call enhancement technology. We’re also expecting the Sholes to launch next year with the latest Android 2.1 OS on board, possibly on T-Mobile (NYSE: DT)’s US network.
For those of you not paying attention, the Motorola Sholes will apparently feature an HDMI output port capable of pushing HD video (at least 720p resolution, possibly 1080p) to external displays. As if the generous 3.7-inch touchscreen wasn’t enough, Motorola’s Sholes will allow you to watch your videos in its full HD glory on your TV or computer monitor .
Stay tuned for details on this upcoming Android monster!
Jack, 03 Dec 2009Hi,
Is there any info on it's Java?
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- Dig ital compass
- Dedicated search key
- MP3/AAC+/WAV/WMA9 player
- MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV9 player
- Voice memo
Another Motorola Sholes Tablet specification, Will not know for sure till Motorola announce this HP
8MP autofocus camera with Xenon flash, HMDI port, and a 3.5mm headset jack.
3.7 inch touchscreen display with 480 x 854 pixels, HSUPA, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g with DLNA, and a 550MHz OMAP TI 3430 CPU
might come with Android 2.1 Flan
Harry, 03 Dec 2009could some one tel me the cost of this phone in indian rupeesPrice not yet revealed.Will be below 25000 rupees in India.
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2009shoels tablet have qwerty slider like milestone or no ? yes, this has no keyboard.
but there is also another MOTO android, with 800mhz processor, and 3.8 inches screen.
MOTO is really in the market again.
finally, did you remember z8 and z10, well z12 will be soon on the market
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This is one extremly fugly phone...
One of the ugliest phones i have ever seen.
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