Verizon Wireless is finally getting a smartphone equipped with Google’s Android software, in the form of the Motorola “DROID.”
The phone has 3.7″ WVGA capacitive display, sliding QWERTY keypad, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and dual-LED flash, 720×480 video capture at 24 fps, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Exchange support, 6.4 hours of talk time and a pre-installed 16GB memory card. The phone also the first device to feature Google Maps Navigation which provides free turn-by-turn voice navigation.
The “DROID” looks a lot like T-Mobile’s Android, but because it’s on Verizon and with an amazing new screen, this phone looks like a worthy addition to the smartphone game.
You can get your hands on the Motorola “DROID” on November 6th, for $199.99 with a two-year contract.