Motorola Droid shows off Browser and Google Navigation

Motorola Droid shows off Browser and Google Navigation
BGR has managed to get their hands on a video that shows off some features of the newly introduced Motorola Droid.  The browser gets to show of and passes the gold standard test by rendering the desktop version of The New York Times. We also get to see Google Navigation in action. Sure, there was a little bit of lagging now and then, but nothing to keep the 'cool' out of the Android powered handset.

Motorola Droid Specifications

source: BGR


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6 Comments

1. JocularJester

Posts: 40; Member since: Oct 28, 2009

what is so special about being first to comment? o well. there is going to be lag with almost any phone, esp ones with as many features as this. as long as the lag isnt more than say 30 seconds, then it really wouldnt be a big deal IMO.

2. Mali Mal

Posts: 35; Member since: Apr 09, 2008

hey in a couple of videos i have seen so far, i havent noticed that the browser has multitouch and that the OS lags a little, wow... not good

3. Dood

Posts: 269; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

From the videos I've seen it still looks like a phone. Doesn't it transform? I heard it transforms...

4. adamrachael

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 29, 2009

You guys are funny. I actually played with the device and it is by far the best device I have played with. The browser is very fast, it has a great processer, the phone moves around apps very quick. Widgets are sweet, I really liked the facebook widget. The camera is fast and takes a beautiful picture. I have always loved the iphone but now I am going to get the droid over the iphone 3gs. It is an incredible device. There are over 10,000 apps, many of which utilize 3d graphics and tons of the apps are free. If you like customizing and want an awesome device get the droid.

6. VDubb

Posts: 49; Member since: Dec 04, 2008

That was an awesome advertisement!

5. mkl4466

Posts: 53; Member since: Sep 25, 2008

Voice Navigation? Okay, I know you can speak to it, but does it speak to you, the way VZ navigator or a Garmin does?

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