Motorola DROID 3 Now Available in Stores


In case you’ve forgotten, the Motorola DROID 3 is now available in stores. It’s a dual-core device powered by Texas Instruments’ OMAP4 platform. Android 2.3 dons this thing with the absolute latest version of MOTOWHATEVER.

You’ll also get a 4 inch display, a full 5-row slide-out QWERTY keyboard and an 8 megapixel camera on the back that can shoot 1080p video. It really is a decent follow-up to the original and it’s available for just $200 on contract ($460 without). Here’s their site if you’d rather order it from there and be on the lookout for our hands-on impressions later today and a review later on in the coming week or two.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. “latest version of MOTOWHATEVER.” LOL! Love it!

  2. You can send me that one, if you like. :)

  3. The Droid has come full circle.

  4. The phone looks great, just wish it had some more ram, a dedicated camera button, and lte of course. Overall not a bad phone though, I think 4″ is the sweet spot for me.

  5. Can anyone tell me about the screen HINGE on this bad boy? I gotta say it looks very familiar to the TMo G2 which as we all know was a HUGE disappointment with it’s crappy “flip hinge”. Please tell me moto didn’t make the same mistake….

    1. The hinge is really strong on this bad boy. When its open there is no wobble, and it doesnt have any springs that pop it open. You have to maually open it..

    2. its a slide not a hinge like on the g2.

  6. Does is have a front facing camera (for video chat etc…)?

    1. Yes.

      1. its good too

  7. 460 without contract? thats a pretty wicked pricepoint.

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