The Motorola DROID

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The Motorola DROID is a serious contender in the smartphone world. Android just keeps getting better.
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I hate this phone.... android

Picdia's picture

I hate this phone.... android is better for me..

Droid

Douche_Bag's picture

Droid 2 sucks. Backup Assistant does not function and wireless does not stay connected. No fix on the horizon according to Verizon. Thanks Verizon for another half baked OS...

It does Multitouch

Sammmy3's picture

Having sold these phones since the day it first came out. The phone does multi-touch. There is paint program you can download that allows you to paint with two fingers. Also with new firmware releases, Android also gives you the option of Pinch Zoom.

multi-touch

bconner's picture

You are absolutely correct. I bought the phone on launch day (Nov 6th, I think) and the review was written within the first month or so of ownership. At that time of writing, it was pretty clear that the hardware supported multi-touch, but none of the standard factory apps implemented it.

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