Benchmarks for the yet-to-be-announced Motorola DROID3 have emerged, giving us hints as to the specifications of the upcoming Android smartphone. According to the stats at Nenamark, the DROID3 uses a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU powering a qHD resolution, 960 x 540 display.

The phone is also running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, or at least was at time of testing. The PowerVR GPU closes off suggestions that Motorola would use the Tegra 2 chipset for the DROID3, instead indicating that it’s Texas Instrument’s dual-core 1GHz OMAP4430.

Meanwhile we already known that the qHD display measures in at 4-inches, and that the DROID3 has a front-facing camera. No word on launch date, but if Motorola is benchmarking the phone then that might suggest it’s imminent.

[via Droidlife]


  1.  I still love my OG Droid, however I do have phone envy. Hopefully the Moto Droid line will go back to its roots with this one and be a stock Android device. If they keep their stupid skins off of it, I might get it when I next upgrade my phone during the holiday shopping season (that is when my two yrs will be close to running up).

    • my feelings exactly i just got a text yesterday for an upgrade but im gonna see if moto pull an lg and release this here vanilla 


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