Motorola's DROID 3 may not have been officially announced yet, but it has been previewed in a trio of new tutorial videos. The clips, uploaded by PhonePads, show the DROID 3's 8-megapixel camera with Full HD video capture, and its slide-out QWERTY keyboard, though not the rumored dual-core processor.
Still, we'd expect that chip to be in place to drive that 1080p video recording. Other expected specifications include a 4-inch, qHD 960 x 540 resolution display, the same Android Gingerbread build - with MOTOBLUR - as recently pushed to the DROID X, and a reskinned launcher.
There's also an HDMI port by the USB port, which does open to door to potential Webtop use as on the ATRIX; still, with the physical keyboard on the phone itself, perhaps that's not such a pressing need. Still, being able to dock the DROID 3 into a multimedia docking station would be a neat touch. Still no word on launch date.
[via Android Community]