Friday, July 8, 2011

Verizon Launches New Motorola Droid 3

Motorola's new Droid 3 smartphone Relevant Products/Services is now available for purchase from Verizon Wireless online and will begin selling in retail outlets nationwide on July 14. Powered by Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, the Droid 3 is priced at $199.99 for customers signing up for two-year service contracts with Verizon.

Over the years Verizon has been the biggest U.S. reseller of Motorola's Droid devices, but wireless Relevant Products/Services carrier's launch of the iPhone 4 earlier this year undoubted contributed to Motorola's one percent decline in the U.S. market from March through May, according to comScore. The new Droid 3 should give new customers -- as well as current subscribers pondering a smartphone upgrade -- plenty of reasons to give the new device serious consideration.

Exclusively designed for Verizon, Motorola's Droid 3 is the world's thinnest smartphone to feature a miniature Qwerty keyboard that slides out from the bottom of the handset. Moreover, the new 3G smartphone features a 4-inch qHD display, which is one quarter of a full HD 1080p high-definition video Relevant Products/Services frame and equivalent to three quarters of a 720p frame.

Enterprise Ready

Under the hood, Motorola's Droid 3 packs an eight-megapixel camera for shooting 1080p HD video clips and a dual-core, one-gigahertz OMAP 4 processor from Texas Instruments for enabling fast multi-tasking. Compatible with Adobe Flash Player 10, Droid 3 also sports a second camera for enabling video chat sessions.

The global-ready Droid 3's radio capabilities include the ability to connect up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices while users are on the go. And the new smartphone ESP smart dock technology, which offers a unique user-defined experience for the docks, based on location and predefined user settings, noted Motorola spokesperson Danielle McNally.

"As users transition from docks in the home, office, or car, Droid 3 adapts its features automatically based on the dock it's connected to and users' pre-defined settings, giving them the experience they want most as they move throughout the day," McNally said in an email.

Droid 3 provides IT Relevant Products/Services administrators an arsenal of advanced security Relevant Products/Services capabilities, such as device and SD card encryption, complex password support and remote Relevant Products/Services data Relevant Products/Services wipe of the device and its accompanying SD card. Also on tap is Citrix Relevant Products/Services Receiver -- a software client for delivering corporate apps, desktops and data to any employee Relevant Products/Services's device -- as well as a fully integrated videoconferencing software platform called Citrix GoToMeeting. (continued...)

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