It has been a while since I did any phone review, anyway, today let’s check out Motorola DROID.
The Motorola DROID is an impressive device that is initially exclusive to Verizon Wireless.
Motorola, what can we expect from this company? Well, for years the name has been synonymous with sadly… disappointment. While the company did produced fairly good cellphones such as the RAZR, the days which followed have not been especially fruitful or compelling. Over the past year or so, we have seen Motorola beating its way back into the mainstream through a series of smart plays: first embracing Android as a platform, then shucking off the weight of Windows Mobile and finally bringing some desirable devices to us.
Let’s get back to DRIOD. The Motorola DROID is an impressive piece of hardware. The most obvious feature to begin with is the large 3.7″ 480 x 854 pixel touchscreen. This size will be ideal for web browsing and multimedia playback. Great for web and multimedia addicts.
The new Motorola Krave ZN4 for Verizon Wireless offers the same basic design that resembles a Star Trek communicator, but it adds more features while offering innovative design tweaks to an intuitive and easy-to-use touch interface.
Verizon Wireless has just launched the new cell phone Motorola V750. The silver flip phone offers a durable design and is the first Verizon device to operate on the carrier’s EV-DO Rev.
This ruggedized cell phone meets military specifications to resist shock, vibration, solar radiation, dust, and moisture. The V750 is also slim and stylish, clad in black and red with silver accents.
Motorolaâ€™s latest mid-range slider, the ZN200, has shown its face on the FCCâ€™s pages recently.
This handset sporting such specs as a 2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom and video recording capability, Bluetooth, 2.5mm audio jack, microSD card slot, media player and built in FM radio. unlike the 5 megapixel Kodak shooter lavished on the MotoZINE ZN5, however a 2 megapixel camera will still take the images a user needs.
Motorola’s new Linux-based A810 smartphone which is not yet been officially announced, but breezed through the FCC recently looks really nice.
If you see through the documentation, you can see that the A810 is very roughly around 100 x 50 x 13mm in size with what appears to be a 2.2″ or maybe 2.4″ QVGA display.