Verizons: Motorola Droid Specs.

So apparently Verizon / Motorolas Droid phone counting down website went live by “accident” and showed its colors, and they are AWESOME! Seriously folks, once I started to read a bit more about Android I knew that it was going be my next phone of choice. I just have to wait for Dell to finish designing their first entry into the cell phone market. Why, because Dell is creating a phone with Android for AT&T. However, after reading the specs on the Motorola Droid for Verizon, I have 2 thoughts. 1. “OMG” I want this phone and I’m almost willing to part ways with AT&T and head to Verizon to get it. 2. Imagine if I wait for the AT&T Dell created Android phone,  it’s Dell. I’m mean I would have to assume that their first entry into the cell phone market would be a powerful one at the least, that would have to match and beat their current competitors, which at this point would really only be the Motorola Droid. ‘Nuff said, I’m going to impatiently wait for the Dell Android phone, and spend my extra time drooling on the Droid at my nearest Verizon store after its officially released. Hurry up Dell, I’m awaiting to speak those infamous words, “Dude, I’m getting a Dell!” -Greg

So here is the specs as found on the Motorola Droid site, that “accidentally” went live. 

  • Google Android 2.0 (Eclair)
  • CDMA 1X 800/1900, EVDO Rev. A
  • Sliding QWERTY form factor
  • 5 megapixel camera with image stabilization, 4X digital zoom, dual LED flash, auto-focus
  • Video capture/playback capability: DVD quality up to 24 fps; D1 (720×480) resolution
  • Music player
  • Formats: AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, WAV, WMA, eAAC+, AMR WB, MIDI, AMR NB, AAC+, streaming audio and video
  • Battery life: up to 385 minutes continuous usage. 1400 mAh Li-ion; up to 270 hours standby
  • E-mail: IMAP, POP3, Exchange
  • MMS, SMS, IM incl. Google Talk
  • Predictive text
  • Image formats: BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG
  • Standard voice mail; Verizon Visual Voicemail capable
  • Stereo Bluetooth v2.1+EDR
  • Sync with: MS Exchange, Gmail, corp. calendar (Exchange ‘03 and ‘07), Google Cal
  • 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi
  • microUSB connector (USB 2.0)
  • aGPS, sGPS
  • Webkit HTML5 web browser; Flash 10 available 2010
  • 3.5mm headset jack
  • Caller ID, picture ID, ringer ID
  • speakerphone
  • speech recognition, voice dialing
  • auto-answer, auto-redial, conference calling, emergency dial, on hold call, speed dial, vibration
  • dual microphone noise reduction
  • Unified contact list/phonebook (Gmail, Exchange, Facebook)
  • Google services: Android Market, Gmail, Calendar, Contact, Maps + Street View, Search, Voice Search, Talk, Turn-by-turn directions, YouTube
  • QuickOffice Document Viewer
  • Amazon MP3 Store, Facebook
  • Backlit TFT 3.7-inch WVGA (480×854) 16:9 widescreen display (267 PPI)
  • Dedicated keys for volume, camera, back, search, menu, home, lock
  • Haptic feedback
  • Ambient and proximity light sensors
  • Virtual keyboard
  • Voice commands
  • Ringtones, wallpapers
  • Weight: 6.0 oz.
  • 2.4 in. wide by 4.6 in. tall by 0.5 in. thick
  • Color: “Licorice with brown sugar accents”
  • Internal antenna
  • Accelerometer
  • 550MHz processor
  • 16GB microSD removable storage pre-installed; up to 32GB
  • Calculator
  • Alarm clock
  • Flight mode