At the moment you don’t have to to fantasize of all these: High-speed Network browsing, voice-activated search, customizable large display, access to thousands of Android applications and hundreds of widgets. DROID with Motorola the top 3G mobile network in the country; comes on Nov. 6.
Motorola is famous all over the world in favor of modernization in communications and is focused at advancing the method the world connects. From broadband communications infrastructure, enterprise mobility and public safety solutions to high-definition video and mobile devices, Motorola is leading the next wave of innovations to make possible people, enterprises and governments to be further allied and more mobile.
Verizon Wireless controls the nation’s most reliable and leading wireless voice and 3G data network, serving 89 million clients. Verizon Wireless is a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE and LSE: VOD).
Herein smartphone, the Droid’s software, in turn, brings some intriguing departures from the standard Android toolkit. For example, the Droid will bring in a Verizon-supplied tool to harmonize data from a Facebook friends list with its own address book, similar to a important feature of the webOS software on Palm’s Pre. Moreover a visual voice-mail function will let users play back and erase post in the order of their preference.
The Droid features several remarkable hardware, some absent from many other Verizon devices: WiFi wireless networking, a slide-out physical keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera with flash, a 480-by-854-pixel screen (the iPhone’s measures 480 by 320), and a 16 GB flash-memory card.
Mainly exciting of all, the Droid and further Android 2.0 cell phones will add in free turn-by-turn Google Maps navigation — a bit just achievable on Apple’s device with expensive attach applications. Unlike those programs, Google’s application will also present live traffic statistics with satellite and Street View snaps. If impartial GPS units didn’t look ruined in the past, they do now.