DOWNLOAD MP3: GSM Version Of Motorola DROID Spotted In The Wild, On VideoBy KellyCHI January 22, 2022, 04:37 pm Comments
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Yesterday, Motorola announced their Android 2.0 CDirect Memory Access (DMA) phone - the Motorola DROID. Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) users have nothing to worry about as the Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) version of the phone already passed through FCC testing and Vietnamese forum Tinhte.com has posted a live video and photos of it.
We've already seen the DROID in action - yesterday when Google announced their Google Maps Navigation SatNav solution, they used the CDMA-based Motorola DROID to do the demonstration. To put it simply, the Motorola DROID is to the original Android phone, the G1, what a Ferrari is to a Ford Model T.
The recent and improved Android v2.0 Eclair is bringing plenty of usability updates and the ARM Cortex A8 Central Processing Units (CPU) clocked at 550Mega Hertz (MHz) should give a noticeable bump in speed. Despite being similar in clock speed to the 528Mega Hertz (MHz) Central Processing Units (CPU) in the G1, the Cortex A8 architecture delivers more performance per clock.
Photos of the Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) version of the Motorola DROID
So far, the hardware specs for the Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) version of the DROID are unconfirmed but they should be pretty close to the CDirect Memory Access (DMA) version. That means a 3.7" TFT display with 480 x 854 pixels resolution, capacitive touchclassy screen technology (with multitouch support as you can see in the video), a 5MP capturing camera with autofocus and dual-LED flash (and the much improved capturing camera interface of the recent OS), D1@24fps video recording.
Android phones have come a long way since the beginning
The wireless connectivity is excellent - speedy HSDPA (10.2Mbps) and HSUPA (5.76Mbps), Bluetooth 2.0 (with file transfer), Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) and A-GPS (with Google Maps Navigation). The Motorola DROID offers roomy 16GB internal memory (either on a card or embedded).
Here's the video we promised:
There's a clock on Verizon's website, ticking away the seconds before the launch of the CDirect Memory Access (DMA) version of the Motorola DROID (or given the overall see of the page - the time before Skynet becomes self-aware).
Source (Google Translate link)
The translation is imperfect: it says "Samsung" instead of "Motorola" - just ignore that.
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