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More specs for Motorola Droid Devour leaked

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Jan 2010 20:17 User comments (6)

More specs for Motorola Droid Devour leaked BGR has revealed some new specs for the Android-based Motorola Devour, Verizon's third known device running the Google operating system.
Formerly dubbed "Calgary," the Devour will likely launch in two colorways, black and silver, with the silver casing a new development.

As for the operating system, the new leak seems to confirm that the Devour will run Android 2.1, so far only confirmed for the Nexus One, and will have MOTOBLUR as well, Motorola's Android user interface which connects social networking, emails and RSS feeds.

The phone will only work on Verizon, having support for Verizon's own EV-DO mobile broadband network. Wi-fi and Bluetooth are standard as well. The device will include a slider QWERTY keypad, optical trackpad, a 3.2MP camera, 3.5 mm headset jack, a GPS receiver, and a microSD memory card slot.

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6 user comments

13.1.2010 22:50

sure is an ugly looking phone

23.1.2010 23:15

May be an ugly phone but we keep getting closer to a handheld pc with each new iteration of these type of phones.

34.1.2010 0:21

Originally posted by 5fdpfan:
sure is an ugly looking phone



/end.

44.1.2010 12:58

Looks like a 1985 mockup of what a phone today would look like.

54.1.2010 13:08

Quote:
Looks like a 1985 mockup of what a phone today would look like.

Exactly. Hopefully that's not what the phone still looks like when it's released. It may be a powerhouse of a phone but I sure has heck wouldn't be caught dead with it in my hand.

65.1.2010 4:13

I'm so sick of the word Leak.
It's like when they call a PS3 Demo a Beta.

It's just not true
How many people know about this info they can't track them down?

Every day there is 20 things being So called Leaked.

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