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Motorola Droid 4 review: the 4G LTE phone to hit stores shortly

Motorola Droid 4 review: the 4G LTE phone to hit stores shortly

Motorola Droid 4 review: the 4G LTE phone to hit stores shortly
News from Northern Voices Online:

Motorola has finally uncovered its next gen Droid 4 at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012. The Droid 4 is a smart 4G LTE-enabled smartphone with a QWERTY keypad and 4-inch touchscreen. It will shortly hit stores through Verizon in U.S. Droid 4 has grabbed attention for its sleek and RAZR-like body.

Motorola claims Droid 4 as one of the thinnest smartphones thanks to its 0.5-inch density. Here we look into the specs and features of the upcoming Droid 4 from the Libertyville tech maker, one of leading Android hardware creators in the world.

Motorola Droid 4 tech specs
Form factor: The Droid 4 is up with a slide-out QWERTY keypad and touchscreen. However, it has a slight and thin body. The Motorola phone measures in at 2.8 x 5.0 x 0.5 inches. It weighs at around 180 grams.

Display: Motorola has slotted in a scratch resistant 4-inch TFT qHD (960×540) display on its next Droid version. The device will certainly be one of top line Android phones out in stores with its high quality and large 4-inch display. You can exclusively depend on the phone for web searching, movie watching and many other purposes.

CPU, RAM and GPU: The Droid 4 is powered by 1.2GHz dual core Cortex-A9 TI OMAP 4430 processor, 1GB of RAM and PowerVR SGX540 graphics card.

Storage: The device mounts 16GB of built-in memory, plus it sports microSD…………… continues on Northern Voices Online

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Related News:
Android Design Chief: Being A Phone Maker Is ‘Really Tough’ (GOOG)
News from San Francisco Chronicle:

Android design chief Marcus Duarte says that being a phone maker is really tough because hardware is all about the same, leaving software and “system design” as the only way to stand out.

Duarte made the comments in an interview with Wired published this morning.

It’s a funny point of view coming from the Android team.

The entire premise of Android is to give phone companies a cheap, baseline set of software to build smartphones on. It’s up to them to add their own innovations so they can stand out from each other.

Now, Duarte basically seems to be admitting that hardware isn’t enough. Phone makers have to add their own software on top of the standard Android stack to have any hope of standing out:

[People] can see at a certain point, the capabilities for everything are going to be the same, and what’s going to matter is how those capabilities are executed. What the fashion is in which they’re executed. And that’s what’s going to drive people’s purchasing decisions….It’s really tough. Especially because these guys aren’t services people or applications people.

Later this year, Google’s deal for Motorola will close…………… continues on San Francisco Chronicle

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