This page contains information on the Motorola Droid a popular device for viewing video files developed by Motorola.
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|Device / Program||Motorola Droid|
|Description||The Motorola DROID was released in October 2009 and was billed by Motorola as a better smartphone than the Apple iPhone. Also known in Europe and Latin America as the Motorola Milestone, the DROID has undergone four versions, with the most recent iteration released in February 2012. All devices in the DROID range use Google's Android operating system. In addition to a touch screen, the range all come with a slide out QWERTY keyboard for ease of use. Whilst initially viewed as a credible rival to the iPhone, the DROID range has received less favourable reviews for its newer releases, with the DROID 4 failing to match expectations. Using the Android operating system allows the user to access the web, listen to music, watch videos and use third party apps.|
|Actions||View other video file presets|
|Technical Details||The Motorola DROID has undergone an evolution in terms of technical specifications, with the new versions of the device featuring faster processing power and storage capabilities, from a 600MHz processor on DROID 1 to 1.2GHz on the DROID 4. The original DROID had a resolution of 480x854 pixels with the latest DROID 4 offering 960x540. This means that the resolution of video must be adjusted to ensure the optimal settings are selected dependent on the DROID device. The recommended settings for optimal video is to use MP4 with H.264 video encoding and AAC audio encoding.|
|Useful Links||More Information on the Motorola DROID
Official Motorola Documentation on DROID 4
Engadget Review of the DROID 4