Motorola and Verizon have come up with another smart phone after Droid , the Droid 2, Froyo-outfitted (Android 2.2), Flash 10.1-equipped upgraded version of the original Droid. It goes on sale for $199.99 on a 2 year contract.
As per news report Motorola Droid users have a higher adoption rate of Android 2.2 than that of iPhone 3GS and iOS4.0 users.
Here are the some key features of the phone.
- 3.7-inch multitouch display
- 5 megapixel camera
- DLNA streaming
- 8GB of onboard memory and a 8GB microSD card
- 1 GHz Processor
- Improved keyboard design
- Create a hotspot to connect up to 5 PCs, game devices, and other WiFi gadgets
- The DROID 2 is powered by Texas Instrument’s OMAP
- Droid 2 allows to sync multiple e-mail accounts to the phone, including Gmail, POP3, IMAP, and Exchange.
- Droid 2 has superior battery life over most of its fellow Android handsets.
Droid 2 has a full QWERTY keyboard. and it is wider than Droid. Good news for those who are not IN HABIT OF using physical keyboard can switch to Swype, which is installed on D2, but not enabled by default.
The Droid 2 is also running a toned-down version of Motoblur software as like Droid. You can get so many useful stuffs, widgets or plugjn get installed on Droid 2 either from Android or Motorola for your social-networking updates, weather, photo gallery, and favorite contacts,with the expense of small space on your home screen.It makes a wonderful experience, as you can swipe through them.
D2's Motoblur is more refined and improved. You can have a good experience of it.