First Motorola Droid 4 video review surfaces


We still do not have an official release date for the Motorola Droid 4. All the keyboard lovers out there will be very happy to know that the first video review has recently showed up, though, this time courtesy of Wirefly.

Latest rumors say that the Droid 4 is scheduled to be released next week, either February 9th or 10th. The video attests to all the specs and features we have been hearing all along. There is no doubt that seeing it being handled and used makes for a much better idea of the device’s features, though.

Specs include 4G LTE connectivity, a 5-row slide-out keyboard, a 4″ display, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, Android 2.3.5 and 16 GB of on-board memory. It might also important to note that this will be one of the first 4G LTE devices to gain Global GSM roaming capabilities.

In the video, Wirefly goes over the general specs, as well as the picture and video quality and some other tests. For our very own take on this device, you can go ahead and watch our hands-on at CES. Check out the video below, and let us know what you think! Who is signing up for this one?

[Via WireFly (YouTube)]

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  1. So NOT impressed. I’ll stick with my D3. 3G is fast enough and I was anticipating the D4 was going to be much thinner and have a better display. I don’t understand why everyone was saying the D4 is a RAZR with a QWERTY. It actually looks a little thicker. Also the specs above indicate 16 on board, but vid reports only 8 GB internal mem. Oh well. I’m no longer upset that the D4 is being introduced less than a year from D3’s release. When is the D5 coming?…LOL!

    1. thisnt isnt aimed at D3 users.   most people upgrade every 18-24 months so you end up skipping a generation.  manufacturers cant hang around that long, technology moves so fast they have to keep up with the competition and release a  new model every year or even 6months now.. this is for people with D2s ( or milestone 2s)    ive got a milestone 2 and this is the most likely candidate for when i upgrade.   your D3 probably isnt very old so the D5 will be the model aimed at you.    

  2. Why are they still releasing non-ICS devices?? Is anyone even interested in buy these?

    1.  no different to most other manufacturers at the moment.  sony. samsung, htc are all releasing non-ICS devices and upgrading in the near future.    phones all worked perfectly fine on gingerbread last year im sure theyll last another couple of months lol.    

  3. I’m definitely getting a D4.  This is the LTE QWERTY phone I’ve been waiting for.  Glad to hear that the battery life is good.

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