Images of the Droid 4 leaked with LTE & Super AMOLED – What the Droid 3 Should Have Been?
It seems to be a common theme of Motorola as of recently, that when a new phone is being launched, leaks of a future phone find their way to the public. It happened when the Bionic was about to be released; the Bionic was pictured with the soon to be released Droid RAZR. Now that the RAZR is about to be released, images of the Droid 4 have been leaked to the good folks over at Droid-Life. The Droid 3 was criticized by enthusiasts for its pentile screen, lack of 4G, locked bootloader, and its “limited” 512MB Ram (1GB seems to be the standard for dual core phones). Motorola seems to have fixed most of these issues with the Droid 4, assuming that the new screen is not pentile, and it comes with 1 GB of RAM. All specs have not been released as of yet ,and educated guesses are the best that we can provide at the moment. Still, it looks pretty awesome right?
- 4G LTE
- 4-inch display (which looks to be Super AMOLED Advanced)
- Five-row illuminated keyboard
- RAZR syling, with curved edges
- Non-removable battery
- Android 2.3.5
- 1080p video capture
- HDMI Out
- MotoACTV sync
Still, with 4G LTE connectivity, a Super AMOLED display, an illuminated keyboard, and minor aesthetic improvements, this is looking to be the new king of Qwerty’s, folks. How about you? Did you purchase the Droid 3? Is there a future for QWERTY devices? Where’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3 inch Megaphone with QWERTY keyboard? Bring it on!
Via Droid Life