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Android Phone Reviews
Motorola Droid Unboxing & Hands-on

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November 4th, 2009

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Wirefly’s Review of the Motorola Droid

By Ari Driessen
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Each minute that passes is one less minute you will have to wait to get your hands on arguably the most highly anticipated phone since the Palm Pre.

We had to feed the fanfare and frenzy just a little bit, right? Available for order starting Thursday at midnight on Wirefly, and hitting Verizon store shelves this coming Friday, the Motorola Droid is the first phone running Android 2.0 right out-of-the-box.

The Droid boasts an impressive spec sheet, including a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, a full physical QWERTY keyboard, a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen with a tremendous 480×854-pixel resolution, and support for Google turn-by-turn GPS directions. The device comes with a 16GB microSD card pre-installed, and can support up to a 32GB microSD card. Also in the box is a wall charger and microUSB cable for charging and syncing the device.

Check out our video unboxing for a hands-on look at the Droid and to see for yourself what’s in the box.

Buy the Droid now for an unbelievable online price!

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2 Responses to “Motorola Droid Unboxing & Hands-on”

  • Dale R Croxton
    February 13, 2010

    Seems like a really cool phone. I like the large screen and everything the phone is capable of doing. I noticed however, that in the video when you tried to access some of the apps, you had to touch it more than once. Is this to be expected or can the sensitivity be increased so you don’t have to keep touching the app in order to make it respond?

  • take a look at the Droid

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