A few days back, we told you about the unannounced Sony Ericsson Azura’s appearance at benchmarking website NenaMark, and now another handset called Motorola Droid 3 (yet to be announced) has just been spotted at benchmarking website NenaMark, and provided some details about the specs that the phone might feature.
According to NenaMark’s records, Motorola Droid 3 might be sporting some notable high-end specifications. The screen resolution is being confirmed as qHD with 960 x 540 pixel. Droid 3 will be powered by Texas (OMAP4430) dual-core 1GHz processor, boosted by PowerVR SGX540 GPU inside the device, and it scored 44.70(min), 45.20(avg) and 45.70(max) by NenaMark.
We’ve reported that Motorola Droid 3 has appeared (boasting the model number XT862) in Best Buy’s inventory system along with Droid X2 (believed to be launching on May 26th) handset. We’ve already seen some leaked images of this handset, which have been leaked online and are spreading around the web.
It is clearly visible from the image that Droid 3 is set to release for Verizon Wireless, with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS pre-loaded on it, and sporting a 4-inch qHD display, equipped with front and rear cameras. It is still unknown that when Droid 3 hit the Verizon stores. The launch date of Droid 3 for Verizon is still unknown. Check out the leaked image of Droid 3 after the break. Isn’t it looking like a monster?