Motorola’s upcoming, but still not announced Droid 3 smartphone has not been the world’s best kept secret. Images leaked online in recent weeks, and now video has also appeared online. Three tutorials of the device leaked on Youtube thanks to PhonePads, however Motorola have stepped in and have forced Youtube to remove them, due to a copyright breach.
The Motorola Droid 3 is a five row QWERTY slider design and it is capable of outputting 1080p video recordings, which if true, is impressive. They have built in an 8MP camera for higher than average photo quality shots. The new Droid 3 also has new volume keys on the right edge. The power button has been moved from the top right of the phone to the center top area and there are now mini HDMI and micro USB connectors on the left side.
The 4 inch screen resolution is set to be a tasty 960×540 resolution and it features a dual core processor. The official release date and price for the Droid 3 has yet to be announced, but the feeling is that it will launch within the next 60-90 days.
We are sure if you check Google for new video links that they are posted elsewhere, but Motorola are watching YouTube for copyright breaches and getting them removed almost as soon as they go up.