This time a comparison sheet between the Droid 2 Global, the iPhone 4, the HTC Droid Incredible and the Samsung Fascinate has leaked. This compares some of the most important features of the Droid 2 Global with some of the high-end Android devices currently on Verizon and the iPhone 4 – AT&T’s leading smartphone on offer.
As such, it’s now more or less confirmed that the Droid 2 Global will come with a 1.2 GHz processor, 5MP camera with LED flash, dual band CDMA, quad band GSM and tri-band UMTS (though the exact bands aren’t mentioned, so we’ll have to keep on guessing for now), physical QWERTY keyboard plus Swype, 8 GB internal memory and an 8 GB microSD card preinstalled. The device will run Android 2.2 Froyo, will have 3G hotspot functionality, 3 ‘profiles’ to switch between (these seem to be a bit like Sense UI themes), and Flash 10.1 support. It will come in either Winter White (the color that has been shown in live pictures before) or Dark Sapphire.
Exclusive features of the Droid 2 Global will include remote wipe of the device and the SD card, document editing support courtesy of QuickOffice, inbox filtering and the ability to juggle multiple schedules.
Those are all the details for now, but don’t worry, a new leak is sure to follow soon. That is, if Verizon and Motorola don’t decide to finally officially unveil this phone in the mean time. Anyway, the Droid 2 Global is looking like a winner, spec-wise, and its ‘global roaming’ ability shouldn’t be ignored either.
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