The Motorola Droid developed a strong following and has received mixed reviews. Some people can only find the camera as being something to complain about while others find nothing positive to say at all.

The Motorola Droid 2 was a Verizon exclusive smartphone and obviously did enough for it to come out again in the form of a third-generation smartphone that we know as the Motorola Droid 3 device.

It looks like these will continue to be Verizon Wireless exclusive devices. The Big Red company is known as a company that does not let people unlock a bootloader — even as an HTC developer. However, we know that the Droid series can be unlocked, rooted, and have a custom recovery installed. Furthermore, CyanogenMod creates some custom ROMs for these devices.

Device Type: Smartphone

Model: Motorola Droid 2

Announced: August 10, 2010




Dimensions: H 4.58 x W 2.38 x T 0.54 inches

Weight: 5.96 oz (above average)



Network 3G:

Network 4G:

Dual SIM:

Display Type: TFT

Size: 3.7 inches

Resolution: 480 x 854 pixels

Display Colors: 16 M colors

Pixel Density: 265 ppi

Touchscreen: Multi-touch

Display Protection:


Camera, Primary: 5 megapixel

Camera Features: Autofocus, Geo tagging, White balance presets, Digital image stabilization

Flash: Dual LED flash

Secondary: None

Operating System: Android 2.2, Android 2.3

User Interface: Close to stock Android

Facebook: Yes

YouTube: Yes

Chipset: TI OMAP3630

CPU: Single core, 1000 MHz, ARM Cortex-A8

GPU: PowerVR SGX530


Internal Storage: 8 GB

Card Slot: microSD / microSDHC up to 32 GB

Bluetooth: 2.1, EDR

WiFi: 802.11 b, g, n

WiFi Hotspot: Yes

USB: USB 2.0

Battery: 1400 mAh