Motorola Droid 2 video, specs. Droid Shadow / Xtreme might be called Droid X
One of Verizon’s upcoming high-end Android phones, the Motorola Droid 2, has been fully unveiled in new photos and a video, which confirm the fact that the handset features a sliding QWERTY keyboard – just like the first Motorola Droid.
The keyboard of the Droid 2 doesn’t include a directional pad (which is probably a good thing) and looks more user-friendly than the one of the first Moto Droid.
The Droid 2 will run Android 2.1 (or maybe Android 2.2, it depends on when it’s launched) and use a new MotoBlur UI, which, reportedly, is not as intrusive as the versions seen on the Devour or the BlackFlip.
DroidLife (the source of the new photos) also has a list of specs for the Motorola Droid 2:
- 3.7 inch touchscreen display
- Wi-Fi (with tethering)
- 5MP autofocus camera with flash
- 750MHz TI OMAP processor
- 8GB of internal memory
- 8GB MicroSD card preinstalled
The Droid 2 doesn’t have a front-facing camera, so it’s not included in that list of up to 4 Motorola phones that will be launched this year with video-calling.
A short video showing the Droid 2’s booting screen can be watched below:
Both the Droid 2 and Droid Shadow / Xtreme / X could be launched by Verizon in July. They don’t have 2GHz processors, that’s for sure, but it looks like they’ll be quite awesome anyway.