The Motorola DROID 3 has been found on benchmarking website Nenamark. The site claims that the 3rd generation of the phone that kicked off Androidmania will have a PowerVR SGX540 GPU under the hood. That GPU is featured in Texas Instrument's new hardware which makes it likely that like the original DROID and the DROID 2, a TI CPU will be found inside the device. According to Nenamark, a TI dual-core OMAP4 clocked at 1GHz will be running the show. Other specs pointed out by the benchmarking web site include the qHD resolution of the 4 inch display and the great news that Android 2.3
.3 will apparently be pre-loaded on the model.
It is expected that the landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard-a trademark of the DROID series- will be back, this time with a 5-row layout and speculation is that both a front and rear-facing camera will be on board. What is unknown is intriguing. Will the Motorola DROID 3 be an LTE enabled device like the DROID Bionic is expected to be, or will it be 3G only like the DROID X2?
Thanks to the Nenamark benchmark web site, we know that the Motorola DROID 3 will launch with a dual-core TI OMAP 4 CPU
The Motorola DROID 3 will offer a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard with 5 rows of keys