The first pictures of future Android smart phones from Motorola have appeared on the Web.
The manufacturer put almost everything about Motorola Android to regain ascendancy in mobile telephony (particularly smartphones), but it must constantly release new models to avoid being swamped in the competition.
The range of new devices will thus follow a steady pace and the manufacturer has initiated several rounds, responding to different usage patterns. Within these series, the first images of the successors of the current models are already beginning to appear informally on the Web.
Several shots thus appeared on the web, bringing forth images of several smartphones to represent the future Motorola, Motorola Droid, Droid 3, Droid X2 and a Motorola Targa which should be compatible with the mobile broadband network and Verizon’s LTE position in the future successor or complement Motorola Bionic Droid, announced at CES 2011 Las Vegas in January.
No details are known about these devices except that the Motorola Droid 3 should take advantage of a sliding physical keyboard reworked, while the Motorola Droid X 2 has a display QHD (960 x 540 pixels) and a dual processor core, as well as the Motorola Targa.
No launch date has been confirmed yet, but it could be the second half of 2011.