Review: Motorola Droid 3
The Droid 3, as with every other Android device in creation, comes with the stock Android browser. It is a capable browser, and does well at rendering web sites on the Droid 3's display. Web sites load quickly, and the browser has a rich set of tools for interacting with bookmarks and so on.
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With five home screen panels, the Droid 3 offers users plenty of room to adjust the phone's appearance, behavior and functionality.
The items unique to the Droid 3 include several Motorola widgets, such as the social networking widget, the favorites widget, the photo gallery widget (which also includes friends' Facebook photos,) and so on.