Droid 2 User Guide leaked

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The Droid 2 should be hitting Verizon shelves sometime in August, and though it has yet to be officially announced, information continues to leak. And today, we have for you Verizon's official Droid 2 User Guide for your viewing pleasure.

Download the full guide here: Megaupload

Although most of the information about the Droid 2 is already known, it is nice to see in print, officially. For instance, the Droid 2 again is confirmed to ship with Android 2.2 (and Blur). And pre-loaded with the Droid 2, you will be getting Swype.


Last but not least, here's a bit of proof that the Droid 2 will be running Android 2.2. As you can see, the screenshot below includes FroYo's Google Search:

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So will the Motorola Droid 2 be replacing anyone's Droid 1? Or will you be waiting for that mysterious Droid Pro?

Source: Droid-Life
 
First!!!
im still holding on to my droid one for now, really anxious for the later part of the year dancedroid
 
I'm holding on to my Droid for now, but my wife is up for the early upgrade until 8/31, so this may be her new phone.
 
yeah im going to hold onto my original droid and wait and see what comes out around november.
 
will be holding on to my moto droid till winter, maybe even spring...that is if I don't somehow get to upgrade early.
 
I'm not eligible for upgrades for awhile so I'll be holding on to my Droid 1. I really want another "Google Experience" phone so the carrier doesn't jack with it too much, but I don't have much hope for that.
 
In a word, NO!

Even if I were eligible for a FREE upgrade before January 2012 I wouldn't be interested. I don't want MotoBlur, SenseUI, a locked bootloader, unknown Rooting capability, and the rest of the laundry list I have as to why I wouldn't.

Cool phone, though.
 
Like everyone else i'll stay with the d1 well unless the phone goes missing. Crossing fingers for the "pro"!
 
Is anyone else feeling that the keyboard layout is a step backwards? Still no dedicated numeric row, and alt/shift only on the left?

I'll keep my D1 for now too.
 
Does this mean Swype will be available for all Android devices soon?
 
In a word, NO!

Even if I were eligible for a FREE upgrade before January 2012 I wouldn't be interested. I don't want MotoBlur, SenseUI, a locked bootloader, unknown Rooting capability, and the rest of the laundry list I have as to why I wouldn't.

Cool phone, though.

+1. I love being able to change the theme of my phone and install custom roms. The droid was my first smart phone. After experiencing all that your can do with it I don't think I could go back to having a regular locked down phone. Also I spent money on the car dock!
 
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