The Motorola Droid 3 was previewed earlier this month when a video tutorial leaked revealing its 8-megapixel camera, 1080p HD support, and slide-out QWERTY. But other than that, the handset has remained under the radar with a slew of other Motorola devices recently making their debut, including the Triumph and the Photon. But details on the Droid 3 are surfacing again now that a leaked screenshot reveals a potential release date.
DroidAttic obtained a screenshot from Best Buy's inventory screen that shows the device to be in-stock on July 13. No official announcements have been made yet, but thanks to a leak back in May, we know that the Droid 3 will likely have a 4-inch qHD screen that's a nice step up from the 3.7-inch screen of its predecessor the Droid 2. It's not clear yet which processor the Droid 3 will use, but it could be either the NVIDIA Tegra 2 or the Texas Instruments' OMAP 4430 dual-core processor. Also noted was that the slide-out QWERTY would have a fifth row of dedicated number keys.
The Droid 3 will arrive with 4G LTE support on Verizon's network. Another Motorola device we're anxious to see with a more definite release date is the Droid Bionic, which has been met with delays due to unspecified changes and enhancements.
[via Android Community]