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Motorola Announces 'Droid 3' in China

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Jun 17, 2011, 7:59 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Motorola has taken the veil off a new handset for the Chinese market called the XT883 Milestone 3. The Milestone name has served as the alternative for Verizon's Droid/Droid 2 devices in other markets. This new phone is a significant upgrade from previous versions. It includes a 4-inch qHD display; a dual-core processor; an 8 megapixel camera with flash and 1080p HD video capture; and a user-facing camera for video chats. It has a brand new keyboard that has been expanded to five rows, including a row dedicated to numbers. The Milestone 3 runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has 16GB of internal storage, and is a world phone that will work on GSM/CDMA networks. Verizon Wireless has not indicated if it will sell this device as the Droid 3. It is expected to become available in China during the third quarter.

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Jun 18, 2011, 10:46 PM

verizon cant even get they own orig phone in the us

hahahahahha what up with verizon the worst droids in the markets and now the droid 3 its going to china? wtf
Actually the droid 3 is set to launch in the next month or two here in the u.s.a but i would'nt expect many people outside verizon to know this.

Jun 17, 2011, 11:28 AM

pentile matrix

What exactly is this and why are their complaints about this type of screen?

Jun 17, 2011, 11:08 AM

No Physical Camera Button :-(

I'm really sad, as a Droid 2 user, to hear that the Droid 3 does away with the amazingly useful, 2-stage physical camera button, which I LOVE. It makes taking photos a much better experience than on any phones without the button, I can focus and line up my shot like I would on an actually good camera ;-)
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