Motorola Droid

The Motorola Droid is the first Android smartphone with the new Android 2.0 software. It is currently available exclusively from Verizon Wireless.
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Touch screen

The Motorola Droid has a very generous touch-screen display that measures about 3.7 inches across.
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Side

The Motorola Droid is 0.54 inch thick.
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Top

The Motorola Droid has a 3.5-millimeter headset jack on the top, plus a power button that doubles as a screen lock key.
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Back

The Motorola Droid has an all-black casing with a 5.0-megapixel camera lens on the back.
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Keyboard

The Motorola Droid has a roomy but flat keyboard.
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Navigation controls

Underneath the display are four navigation touch controls. They are the Back button, the Menu button, the Home button, and a Search button.
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Droid versus iPhone

The Motorola Droid compared with an Apple iPhone 3G.
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microSD card

The microSD card slot on the Motorola Droid is located behind the battery cover.
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A tad heavy

The Motorola Droid is a tad bulky at 6 ounces.
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Keyboard and Touch

The Motorola Droid has both touch screen and a QWERTY keyboards, so you have your choice of input methods.
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Not so pocket-friendly

The Motorola Droid is a bit on the large side and won't fit easily in the front pocket.
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