Motorola DROID Mini hands-on [VIDEO]


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There have been a lot of mini phones as of late, but it looks like Motorola might have the most compelling and powerful of them all. The Motorola DROID Mini — announced earlier this morning — is a 4.3 inch smartphone that houses 2GB of RAM, Motorola’s X8 mobile computing system (which gives us quad-core graphics and four cores dedicated to varying things).

Inside the Mini is 16GB of internal storage, and you’ll also get a nice 10 megapixel RGBC camera sensor on the back. Like all the other DROID variants announced today, the Mini will come with Android 4.2 out of the box and some of Motorola’s own custom sprinkles, including touch-less operation, DROID Zap, the DROID Command Center, and more.

We went hands-on with the device, so be sure to take a look at that in the video above. Let us know how you feel about this one compared to the likes of the HTC One Mini and Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini in the comments section below.

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. Droid Mini has the best screen ppi wise of the 3 lol

  2. Same old bullshit with anything put out by Google, lack of internal storage. That phone could have been a knock out. IMO due to lack of storage it won’t sell. Manufacturers, especially Google are so anal about giving their customers internal storage. I am starting to turn my back on them.

    1. Your comments may have been applicable in 2009, which is the last time I cared about more than 16 gb of storage. Cloud based music, pictures, and video are the future and present, and storage isn’t really much more than cache to me any more.

      1. Yea cept the only problem with that is Verizon is raping their customers on data prices and just overall plan costs. Within a year they are probably going to jack up prices again. I still have unlimited on Verizon but I can definitely see how that would become a problem to those who are on limited.

  3. Now, this is the phone I want. Decent specs, good camera, perfect screen size (for me). Too bad I’m stuck on Sprint.

  4. I will be getting 2 of these things (1 for me, 1 for wife). This is what I’ve been waiting for. A decent mid-range phone that is not ridiculously large, but still packs power; all for an affordable price. I am sold right now unless the MotoX comes out with similar specs that can compete for $100.

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