Is there (when you) USB host?
I've only seen reports of 4" display, which I like alot! One neg is you cannot replace battery
I just fell in love with Droid 3, now there's 4 -.-
I just hope they launch it fast, and put some specifications info about it.
To make it perfect needs
1) Stylus input also
2) Dual SIM
3) Dual Memory
droid 4 is perfect now,
droid 4 is not a bad, i like motorola
Hmm... Sounds good!
720p screen resolution
2*1.5Ghz, >1Gb Ram
32gb built in storage
8mp cam + xenon flash + 1080p video
2mp front cam + 720p video
hdmi + lapdock
then i'll buy it
Blues Brother, 01 Jan 2012I really hope the phone is global capable.That would make me very happy also! Do you think it will be? I do a lot of traveling, so having a global phone would really be convenient.
If it doesn't come with ICS then I am not interested.
Hope the price is right need a good phone with a qwert keyboard
SGS 2 still be main phone
I'm thinking that Verizon is holding the device a little longer because of it's recent 4G LTE issues that been going on.
I really hope the phone is global capable.
Razr is not plastic, droid 4 shouldn't be as well!!!
I have a Droid 3. I am excited about the Droid 4. Smart phones with physical keyboards are becoming increasingly important in my field of work as we will use smart phones to help document medications and monitor patient care in healthcare settings. A touchscreen alone that takes up 80% of your view does not work well. However, a 1785 mAh battery is not enough firepower. My Droid 3 phone (3-G) has a 1900 mAh extended battery. My wife's 4-G Droid Razr has a 2695 mAh extended battery. My daughter's 4-G Droid Thunderbolt has a 2400 mAh extended battery. Droid 4 needs to offer an extended battery at the time of purchase, especially since the battery is not removeable. Again, 1785 mAh is not sufficient, but everything else looks very good to me.
can't wait. nice phone and a good competition for the samsung captivate glide