Droid 3 Shows Up in Verizon Device Management Pages

If you are still waiting to upgrade to a new device, you might want to keep the Droid 3 in mind. Android Central recently reported on this device showing up in Verizon’s Device Management Pages. Though this information doesn’t mean much, it guarantees that the Droid 3 is indeed coming. All we know about the Droid 3 is that it will sport a 4″ qHD (960×540) display, dual-core processor, and will only have 3G, which is a disappointment when you consider how few LTE phones Verizon has on the market.

So, re you excited for the Droid 3? Leave your comments below or on our Facebook page.

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6 Comments

  1. Rochelle Wolf
    May 31, 02:00 Reply

    4g isn’t ready yet, makes the phones bigger and uses too much battery power.  I want a keyboard, so the Droid 3 is perfect for at least a year when 4G will have worked out all the bugs.  Besides, I’ve watched Netflix on my 3G phone.  No buffering, works fine.

  2. Rochelle Wolf
    May 31, 02:00 Reply

    4g isn’t ready yet, makes the phones bigger and uses too much battery power.  I want a keyboard, so the Droid 3 is perfect for at least a year when 4G will have worked out all the bugs.  Besides, I’ve watched Netflix on my 3G phone.  No buffering, works fine.

  3. Level380
    May 31, 03:03 Reply

    What does O mean under the global roaming?

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