We’ve seen a few leaked photos, and heard a couple different rumors when it comes to Motorola’s forthcoming Droid 3 smartphone, but TechnoBuffalo claims to have a tipster reliable enough to throw out some official specs.
The rumored 4-inch qHD screen is seemingly good to go, and what was once a four-row QWERTY keyboard now sports a fifth row for dedicated number buttons. TechnoBuffalo’s tipster expects a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, though those details are still somewhat shaky. The Droid 3 will also feature HDMI out support, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a unspecified front-facing camera for video chat.
Possibly the most shocking of these freshly rumored specs is the suggestion that the newest member of the Droid family won’t feature LTE-support. Verizon’s all about their 4G LTE network right now, so launching a non-4G device at this point in the game seems a bit strange. Nevertheless, the tipster says the non-LTE Droid 3 should launch sometime in june. No pricing info has been leaked, as of yet.