iPhone Killer: Verizon’s Motorola Droid First Pictures Emerge
By on October 19th, 2009

We have seen several iPhone killers, come by and go in the past, without even causing a dent in the iPhone market. However, Verizon has been running a anti-iPhone ad-campaign, targeting the lack of features in Apple iPhone and promoting their own new offering, the Motorola Droid.

Motorola Droid, which is build on Android 2.0 to be made available on America’s Fastest 3G networkVerizon, could possibly pose a huge threat to the iPhone when it releases on October 30th 2009.

Boy Genius Report has had the chance to play around with Motorola Droid. According to them, it is the fastest Android device ever made, which uses a TI OMAP3430 processor. The phone is also a bit thicker than the iPhone, but it has a real QWERTY keyboard.

Here are some pictures of Verizon’s new Motorola Droid,   thanks to Boy Genius Report.

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What do you think of the phone? Will it be the Real iPhone Killer? Let us know through your comments.

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  • sivaram

    can be
    it doesn’t have the appeal at the first look like the iPhone but with a seperate keypad , it definitely delivers a better browsing experience than iPhone. And also a 5 MP camera! not a joke… Let’s see…

 
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