Motorola Droid Official Webpage  (Source: Engadget)
Motorola pulled the official page shortly after it was posted

Motorola has been teasing with dark videos and other hints of its latest Android smartphone called the Droid for a few weeks now.

Some early hands-on impressions and other details on the Droid turned up this week online. Today the official Droid page on the Motorola site was "accidentally" pushed live. The page didn’t stay on the site long, but it was plenty of time for the specs and some pics of the handset to be saved and a video of the device has even turned up at Engadget.

The official specs of the Droid should put it right at the top of the Android smartphone heap. The device has a 3.7-inch 16:9 aspect ratio touchscreen with a resolution of 280 x 854. The camera is a 5-megapixel unit with a 4x digital zoom and autofocus with a dual LED flash. Power for the handset is from a 1,400 mAh lithium-ion battery good for up to 385 minutes of usage and 270 hours of standby time.

Other features include an unnamed 550MHz processor, Bluetooth, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, and a built-in micro USB port. Storage for the device will come from an included 16GB microSD card. The Droid is a well-sized handset too with dimensions of 2.4 x 4.6 x 0.5-inches and it weighs six ounces. The only details left missing are an exact launch date and how much the handset will cost.

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