Droid 3: Suggested Changes Inc Transformed Keyboard?

Motorola’s Droid 3 has been the topic of conversation for a little while now, but as with other pre-sighted devices, the talk surrounding it becomes mostly part of the rumor mill. However there could be a glimmer of hope for those waiting for a Droid 3 arrival.

According to Slash Gear, new information regarding the mystery Motorola has surfaced giving some confirmation regarding upgraded areas over its Droid 2 older brother.

As reported by TechnoBuffalo, updates to the sliding QWERTY keyboard along with increased screen size and improved processing ability will come as a welcome change. These are some of the issues that Motorola fans have asked to be addressed.

First changes can be seen in the display with an increase from the 3.7-inch of the Droid 2 up to a 4-inch qHD screen. Next up the slide out keyboard has been updated with an extra row of keys to separate the number buttons.

Camera spec sees 8MP taking up the rear while the front-facer takes care of the video chat duties. There will be an HDMI out along with increased power from either a OMAP4430 dual-core unit or a NVIDIA Tegra 2 item.

While these latest findings will no doubt boost the Droid 3’s sales, it is worth noting that when released around June time the Droid 3 wont run LTE support. This is a surprise as Verizon’s 4G LTE is a big thing at the moment, without its inclusion surely this will impede the new Motorola smartphone.

Let us know what changes you would like to see on the Motorola Droid 3, and how do you think it will manage without the LTE support?