New details on Motorola Droid 3 confirmed

We have been hearing different rumors about the Motorola Droid 3 since March, but we have found some new confirmed details today on the sucessor to the Droid 2.

The guys over at TechnoBuffalo have been informed by a reliable tipster of several new features on the Droid 3. This device sports a 4-inch qHD screen, a new fifth row of keys dedicated solely to numbers, a 8 Megapixel camera in the rear and a 1.3 Megapixel camera in the front. The processor is still uncertain and is expected to be  either the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor or Texas Instruments’ OMAP4430 dual-core processor.

The tipster also said that the device is headed for a June release, but will not have LTE speeds. This is quite a surprise since Verizon has been really promoting its LTE network lately. Droid fans will be disappointed that it doesn’t contain the lightning fast speeds of LTE, but nonetheless it is still a powerful phone. We will keep you updated on the status of the phone.

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Author: Dakota Torres

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  • http://profiles.google.com/penguin.balances penguin.balances awesome

    a 5-row keyboard eh ?

    nice, haven’t seen one in a phone since my beloved HTC Universal.

  • Ben Ro

    None… Of… This… Is… New… News…

    Some new news would be “Droid 3 now has confirmed LTE.” If you are a smart buyer you wouldn’t waste your money getting locked into a new 2-year for a 3g phone with Verizon when they will have the full US covered with LTE well before your contract expires.

    If the droid 3 doesn’t end up supporting LTE i’ll be holding off for the Nexus 3.

  • Pirinolsky

    This is the same news from April. Nothing new her at all.

  • Pirinolsky

    This is the same news from April. Nothing new her at all.

  • Richie

     it better be including LTE … we’re counting on it!!

  • http://www.techendeavour.com Aggarwal Rahul

    The features information leak on
    the Droid X2 seems fascinating and perfect. The only regret is that it is not
    being made available on the LTE networks that influence the speed of this
    gadget. I hope this issue is resolved before the market request happens to
    these devices. Thanks