The Motorola Droid 3 is a much-awaited Android smartphone and we’ve been keeping you informed with all the developments on it. Now it seems that that the Motorola Droid 3 on Verizon is coming soon as the Big Red is preparing for its release.
Recently we told how it had appeared on an internal Best Buy system, which seemed to suggest its release was getting closer and then told about some changes including a transformed keyboard. As a brief recap on what we think we know about specs, the Droid 3 will feature a 4-inch qHD display which will surely please a lot of people. It will also have a dual-core processor, either an OMAP4430 or an NVIDIA Tegra 2, plus the Droid 3 has an 8-megapixel camera.
There are plenty of Droid enthusiasts waiting for the Droid 3 and now we hear that the Droid 3 has appeared at last on Verizon’s device management pages, according to Jerry Hildenbrand over on Android Central. It appears then, that rumors of a June release are bang on target. One thing that may disappoint though is the lack of 4G LTE support which seems odd for a high-end phone and Anton D. Nagy over on Pocketnow also reports on this Verizon system appearance and states that the Droid 3 will not feature Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
It’s pretty strange for a smartphone to get so close to release without more details on specs being available but will the lack of the Gingerbread OS or LTE deter you from purchasing the Droid 3? Maybe these drawbacks don’t bother you and you can’t wait for its arrival? Let us know with your comments.