The Moto Droid 2 has been available at Verizon since August and the Droid 2 R2D2 version came out shortly after, but now the largest network in the US has offered even another Droid 2 choice: the Droid 2 Global.
Just in the name we can tell one major difference between the Global and its predecessor. You guessed it — it now sports a SIM card with global 3G support, not only using the standard dual-band EVDO but also throwing in quadband GSM and tri-band HSPA capabilities for using the phone around the world. There are few other differences, but one other rather huge contrast between the two is the inclusion of a 1.2 GHz processor in the Global versus a 1.0 GHz in the original.
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