aren't the first Disney phones released, but make a welcomed addition.
Droid Does website. This is basically as official as it can get but we still would like Verizon to come out and announce the device. Right on the site you can check out all of the phones on Verizon and if you initiate Droid Does and click on the Droid 3 you will get all the details you could ever possibly need.
Motorola Droid X2. We have had our paws on it all weekend and I must say I am impressed so far, from the nice and simple touches to the UI Overlay, all the way down to the hardware (even though its identical to the first Droid X). We have put Verizon's first dual-core beast through a test run and it is time to share our thoughts.
Pyramid in its box ahead of the Android 2.4 Gingerbread smartphone's official debut at CTIA 2011 this week; first we saw the back, with the unibody-style chassis and 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, and now it's the front that's been spotted. Up close to an HTC Desire HD in GSMArena's picture, the Pyramid appears to have a higher-resolution display, going by the narrower menu bar. That would fit in with rumors of a qHD display, like the Motorola ATRIX 4G, running at 960 x 540 rather than the more common WVGA 800 x 480. We've been asking for higher-resolution Android devices for ages now, so if so this could be a welcome change from HTC. Inside we're expecting a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 768MB of RAM and the usual bevy of connectivity, along with the latest version of Sense. [via SlashGear]
review by Vince over at SlashGear, it's still a pretty impressive display. Users just shouldn't succumb to display envy.