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The Motorola Droid 3 to be a 4-Incher (probably)

Article by on Friday, 29 April 2011

On the left of the image above is the original Droid, measuring 3.7-inches diagonally from screen real estate.

In the middle the Droid 2 which also had a 3.7-inch screen, but with a slightly larger bezel

On the right is the leaked photo of the Motorola Droid 3 showing a 4-inch screen when compared relatively to the other two models.

This potentially is the Droid 3 or another Motorola handset, code-named Targa, however the spare parts website that showed the leaked photo called it the Droid 3.

Either way it’s interesting to see how everything is getting bigger. It wasn’t long ago we laughed at the over-proportioned Dell Streak, but ith the Galaxy S II sporting a +4 inch screen, and the Droid 3 following suite, how long before normal phones reach that novelty tablet/mobile phone class?

Also, notice the addition of a front facing camera? Handy for Google’s new video talk integration right?

The Droid 3 looks sure to be one of the worldwide leading mobile phones when it’s released. Find out more about this device and many more at Dialaphone.co.uk.

Link – Phandroid

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