Specifics on the Droid 2 have been hard to come by lately, but here's a look at the newest phone in the Droid lineup. Motorola has made a few changes to the original Droid, including getting rid of the D-pad and implementing a more tactile keyboard.
Other specs include a beefier 750mhz OMAP CPU, 8gb of internal storage with an included 8GB microSD for 16GB total, 5 mp camera, and a 3.7" display. The current test units are said to be running Android 2.1, but hopefully Froyo will be implemented before they get to market. Oddly missing from the previous version is an HDMI port.
The source at Engadget also included a video of the Droid 2's boot sequence from Droid-life; don't let the new scary eye freak you out.
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