Motorola and Verizon revealed the mystery device behind its iCan’t ad campaign — the DROID, a 3G phone with a 5 megapixel camera, its own app store, a 16gb memory card packed in and a QWERTY keyboard.
Here’s a list of bullet points from the Motorola press release:
ï¿½ World’s thinnest slide-out QWERTY keyboard
ï¿½ 3G Web and full HTML browser
ï¿½ Cinematic 3.7″ high-resolution display with more than 400,000 pixels
ï¿½ Powerful and fast Google voice-activated search
ï¿½ Run up to 6 apps simultaneously and customize the homescreen with thousands of apps and hundreds widgets from the Android Market
ï¿½ 5 megapixel camera with flash, DVD-quality video capture and 16GB memory card included
ï¿½ Integrated work and personal email pushed right to you
ï¿½ Google Maps Navigation (Beta) with free turn-by-turn directions
The phone is out Nov. 6 and costs $199 with a $100 mail-in rebate and a two-year contract. Verizon owners, are you gonna go for this? iPhone owners, have you stopped laughing yet?