Motorola Droid Review
Motorola Droid, published in Europe as the Motorola Moment, the second Android smartphone from Motorola and the unofficial successor to the Motorola DEXT, Motorola’s first Android smartphone. Like its predecessor, the Droid on a touch screen (3.7 inches wide and multi-touch) and a sliding qwerty keyboard. Also, the connectivity options again very complete with WiFi, HSDPA and aGPS. Spoken rijaanwijzingen may Navigation with Google Maps (for now only in an English beta version). With a 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash helps the Droid to make beautiful pictures. Motorola has film company Lucasfilm Ltd.. (known from Star Wars) received a license in the United States called “droid” to use, but the device has nothing to do with Star Wars.
Droid the Motorola Android smartphone is one weighing 169 grams. The size of the smartphone are 11.6 x 6 x 1.4 inches. Speaking amounts (under ideal conditions) 390 minutes. The standby time is 350 hours under these conditions.
Call & data capabilities
Droid supports the Motorola GSM 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz networks. The Droid can quickly thanks to the mobile Internet UMTS and HSDPA support. The speed of HSDPA raises the difference between home and move on.
With the Motorola Droid can include text (SMS) and multimedia (MMS) messages sent and received. Furthermore, the Droid a WAP browser. Thanks to the support email you can simply read your own emails. Vibrating alert and polyphonic ringtones are of course standard equipment.
Memory and connectivity
The Motorola has 16,000 Droid memory (Flash). In total there is 1 slot for microSD external memory. You can using USB data transfer to and from your PC. The Droid else has Bluetooth and WiFi.
With the Motorola Droid can both audio (MP3, eAAC +, WMA9 and WAV) and video (MP4, H.263, H.264 and WMV9) files mobile listening and viewing. The Droid Motorola has also built a camera, where you can record videos along. The maximum resolution of this camera is 2584 x 1936 pixels (5.00 megapixel). This camera has no optical zoom.
Display & Control
The operation of the smartphone takes place on the device itself (Toucscreen). The firmware is upgradable from the smartphone. You can later possibly newer versions of the operating system.