The Android phone that truly (and literally) put Android on the map, the Motorola Droid was the first Google-powered device that offered free spoken GPS directions via Google Navigation. Verizon subscribers also got a roomy keyboard for rapid typing and a huge (for the time) 3.7-inch display, at 854 x 480 pixels. The Android 2.0 software was nice and clean, letting users call, message or email a contact with a tap. A 550-MHz Arm Cortex A8 processor ran the show, along with 256 MB of RAM. The 5-MP camera was lackluster, but overall, the Motorola Droid was a multitasking powerhouse.
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