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Motorola Droid HD Threatens to Steal Droid Bionic’s Thunder

ForMotorola Droid HD Threatens to Steal Droid Bionic's ThunderThe Droid HD. months, a Droid Bionic has been Motorola’s many expected Android phone, though a new contender famous as a Droid HD might be about to take a show.

A tipster sent photos and specs of a rumored Droid HD to Engadget, divulgence a skinny touchscreen chunk — noticeably thinner, in fact, than a arriving Droid Bionic — with a 4.5-inch display. There’s also an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p video capture, and a front-facing camera.

Other specs are unclear, though given a name, a Droid HD’s jumbo arrangement might container a pixel count of 1280-by-720. And nonetheless a phone appears to be using Android 2.3 Gingerbread, we find it peculiar that it doesn’t competition a common set of capacitive navigation buttons on a bottom bezel. We’ve listened rumors that Android Ice Cream Sandwich might embankment earthy buttons, so we wouldn’t order out next-generation Android program for a Droid HD.

Motorola’s Droid Bionic also seemed in a leaked photos, sporting a blacker, boxier pattern than a Bionic that first seemed during CES in January. The Bionic was creatively scheduled to launch in a second entertain of this year, though has been behind several times and is now rumored to strike Verizon Wireless in early September.

Motorola Droid HD Threatens to Steal Droid Bionic's ThunderClick to zoomAndroid phone makers will be bringing out a large guns this tumble to conflict a iPhone 5 and a resurgence of Windows Phones. In further to Motorola’s offerings, high-end Android phones are on a approach from Samsung and HTC, and Google is rumored to be dropping a new Nexus phone as well. The ensuing smartphone conflict royal is going to be good.

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