It’s that time again, folks. The fine fellows over at SlashGear have managed to get a far more in-depth hands-on look and feel of the Motorola Droid 2, and they’ve been gracious enough to share it with the rest of us. They’ve even gone a step further, and pulled out the original Droid. They’ve done a nice comparison of the two devices, which is reasonable, considering the major similarities the two devices share.

But of course, there’s plenty of differences to point out. Such as, the Droid 2 is actually the first device in the Android line-up to officially launch with Android 2.2. Additionally, when compared to the original Droid, the Droid 2 features a 1GHz processor, and an updated Motoblur experience (the original was stock Android). It also has the ability to function as a mobile hotspot. So if you’ve been holding off to take the plunge in purchasing your new Droid 2, check out all of the snapshots and full hands-on over at SlashGear, right there through the source link. And enjoy the videos, too.

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[via SlashGear]