Motorola Droid 3 360 degree view leaked, July 7 launch date apparently confirmed

Yes, the new Motorola Droid 3 is coming to Verizon later this month and, in case you want to see the handset in all its glory, well, we can help you.

A 360 degree view of the new Droid has been uncovered by Droid-life, allowing us to check out the smartphone from lots of angles, both open and closed. Here, take a look:

According to the latest info, the Droid 3 will be available starting July 7 via direct fill, and starting July 14 in Verizon’s retail stores. There is still no official word on the smartphone’s price, but everyone agrees that it can’t be higher than $200 on contract.

The Motorola Droid 3 is the successor to the mythical Droid launched back in November 2009, and the Droid 2 released last year. It has a 5-row sliding QWERTY keyboard, and comes with the latest features, including Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a qHD display, dual-core processor, and 8MP camera with 1080p video recording. The only thing that’s missing for the Droid 3 to be a complete smartphone is LTE connectivity. But lots of users are perfectly fine with not having 4G, right?

Author: Florin

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  • Luke

    No LTE? 512 meg of RAM? I owned a droid from day one (1 & 2). This is a glorified Model-T. I am very disappointed in Motorola and Verizon. No droid-3 for me. Who wants to be stuck with 3G for the next two years? Luke

  • Lbanks8574

    cant wait, LTE doesn’t matter to me or most people because 4g wont be everywhere till 2013 which would end your 2 year

  • Bryan Tyler

    I agree with Lbanks8574. I can’t wait for this phone. I’m ordering it Thursday morning as soon as I wake up. The absence of 4g is not important because my state doesn’t have 4g at all and most likely won’t have it till time for an upgrade anyway. Plus the 4g technology is too new, all the 4g phones are power hogs.

  • Kevin Nguyen

    I agree completely. I live in SF Bay Area and to have a phone that can’t utilize the 4G LTE service is an automatic deal killer.

  • Sced06

    I live in LA where LTE works, but I still don’t want an LTE phone yet.  Way too many problems, bad battery life and all the LTE phones are large.

  • Rutdawg56

    I agree where I live they don’t even have it so 4g is not that big of a deal besides it’s a battery hog. This phone will be a amazing it’s got everything tht u would want in a phone keyboard cameras screen size and resolution I’m getting it when it comes out it freaking awesome