Building on the unprecedented success of Droid and Droid 2, Motorola is making a big statement with the new Droid 3. Re-designed from top to bottom, the super-slim Droid 3 packs power and intelligence for work and play without making compromises. Running on dual core 1GHz processor, users can run multiple apps, stream media, make calls, email and browse websites 27 percent faster than the Droid 2 Global. Droid 3 sports razor-sharp 4-inch qHD touchscreen display that boasts 30 percent faster graphics and 26 percent sharper definition than its predecessor. Equipped with Adobe Flash 10, users are able to enjoy rich internet experience with with rich video, music and game content just like when they are on a PC. Droid 3 is also the thinnest full QWERTY smartphone to date with dedicated numeric fifth row to efficient handling and reducing the usage of ‘ALT’ key for faster and easier typing experience.
With the integrated 9 megapixel camera with LED flash and digital zoom, you can capture precious memories in sharp detail. For video chats, users can use the front facing VGA camera. Droid 3 allows recording crisp and clear 1080p HD video and share content on flat screen TV via HDMI or DLNA conenction. Droid 3 is also extraordinary intelligent, with features like Motorola ESP smart docking technology. The docks does not only charge the phone, but also lets users tailor their experiences based on whether they are at home, office or car, adjusting its features automatically based on the dock.
For business professionals, Droid 3 empowers them to manage their work instantly, intuitively and securely while on the go. They are able to access their corporate email, view their full calendar, initiate meetings and access business documents from the preloaded Quickoffice application. At a glance, users will be able to view all their email, calendar, task and messaging while the 4 inch qHD display makes it easy to view documents and webpages with minimal scrolling and panning. User’s corporate data are more secure than ever with password protection, remote wipe and data encryption capabilities. With all these advanced features, this Next Generation of Does looks promising and stand a chance of gaining a truckload of fans.