Motorola typically tries to keep their phones such as Unlocked Motorola XT720 under wraps for as long as they can, but recently pictures of the Motorola DROID 3 made their way on line. The company has released one of their Droid devices each year, and the shots that made their way online look very promising. The phone will, of course, feature a QWERTY keyboard that slides out from under the display. The pictures do not tell that much about what users can expect of the phone, but things are looking up for the Droid 3 from what we can tell so far.
One of the bigger things that can be deciphered from the pictures that made their way online was the inclusion of a dedicated number row. This means that you will no longer have to hit the alt key when you want to hit numbers on your QWERTY keyboard. Although it is not completely clear from the photos, it also looks as if the phone will feature both a microUSB and an HDMI output port. You can see the ports on the bottom of the phone in some of the pictures but there is no direct shot of either of the ports.
In line with the direc tion that the company went with the Droid 2, it looks as though they have abandoned the idea of having a D pad on the phone, and instead have gone with the same similar arrow keys that were seen in the previous version of the device.
Not a lot can be deciphered from the pictures. They mostly show the display of the phone, such as Unlocked Motorola Milestone XT720 but do give us a good idea of how big, and what the keyboard will look like. It will be interesting to see what kind of reception the device gets when it is finally released. Motorola typically releases one new Droid for users every year, and this one seems to be along the same lines as the Droid 2.