Motorola DROID Mini outed with Kevlar, slides directly in the compact slot
There is a shortage of well-made compact Androids out there, and Motorola DROID Mini comes in to fill that void. Just announced for Verizon, the handset sports, as you can guess, a shorter screen diagonal than its brethren the DROID Ultra and MAXX.
The LCD panel is pegged at 4.3 inches edge-to-edge and sports HD 720p resolution, while the phone is powered by a homegrown Motorola processor, all backed by a 2000 mAh battery unit. The "Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System" Soc sports 1.7 GHz dual-core application processor, 400 MHz quad-core GPU, natural language processor, and a contextual computing processor. The phone has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. Exact dimensions of the DROID trio's munchkin are 121.25x61.30x8.9 mm, with weight of 130 grams, or 4.6 ounces.
The DROID Mini is for the lover of all Android things compact and pocketable, and shouldn't be overlooked because of the size, as it has the same Kevlar body as its larger siblings, so you can rest assured it will be tough as nails, and also the innovative 10 MP Clear Pixel camera tech of the larger Ultra and MAXX. The Mini will be available August 29th, but can be preordered now for $99.99 on a two-year Verizon contract.