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DROID3 Tutorial Videos Leaked, New Version of Blur on the Way

We always love a tasty afternoon treat on  Sunday, especially when it has to do with an unannounced and semi-secretive phone.  Making an appearance today in 3 video tutorials, we have the DROID3 by Motorola which as you probably know, is headed to Verizon some time this summer.  Most of us have this feeling that it’ll show up this month (June), but without a firm acknowledgement from Big Red or Moto, that’s basically just a behind-the-scenes-rumor-esque guess.  Seeing these video tutorials pop up this weekend sure makes things seem like we are getting extremely close.

There are a couple of things I did want to note though that have to do with a tip I received Friday night that will add to what you are seeing in these videos.  First, is the fact that the D3 will run a newer version of Blur than the one we’ve seen on the DROIDX and DROIDX2.  It’ll look similar with all of that blue, but we’re hearing there will be 3D animations similar to those we’ve seen from HTC.  The picture above sort of helped confirm this tip because that lockscreen is something we have yet to see on any Moto device.

The 8MP camera (which you’ll also see below) in this device has been greatly improved over the one featured on both DX devices.  We’re not sure what they switched out on it, but apparently Moto has finally realized that they need a new approach to cameras.  The device will also be webtop-ready just like the Atrix.

From the videos we get confirmation on the 5-row keyboard, 8MP camera that can shoot 1080p video, HDMI-out, and silver-black exterior.  It might be locked, but damn this phone is looking sexy.  Now we just await the confirmation on the processor, which we believe is an OMAP.

Videos after the jump!  

An overview of the phone:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKlVdJGii8o[/youtube]

How to add contacts:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLOprtLX9tc[/youtube]

Using the new 5-row keyboard:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH9VPvFoUEo[/youtube]

Oh, and it’ll definitely be called the DROID3:

Via:  PhonePads, MobileGearz

Cheers Ultimate Desire!

  • Rabinlyfield
  • Guest

    I bet all the pro MotoBlur commenters here were sent by Motorola. Perhaps to give people the impression that MotoBlur isn’t crap and that not everyone hates it.

  • Prop7459

    Where is the FFC?  I zoom in the first picture and could not find the front camera!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • While I must say that blur has in the past really sucked, and really slows down devices, I like what they are doing on their new devices that haven’t been released yet. Plus, I love the ideas they are coming up with to warn users of downloading a potentially harmful app that may damage your phone temporarily (battery life), or permanently. That being said, I HATE current-day blur. It sucks.

  • Anonymous

    Is that a 4G icon in the Black status bar? OR am I seeing things!!!!

  • Nysofmind

    I’m trying to start a vote on the DROID forums at motorola. Why don’t some of you let your vote be heard. Say No to MotoBlur!

    https://supportforums.motorola.com/thread/51750?tstart=0

  • dragon

    i dont see a front facing camera?

  • sob157

    I was impressed that this post got 350 comments until I checked the first 15 only to realize most of the posts are from trolls… = )

  • Anonymous

    I have been holding onto my D1 in hopes they would really wow me after the D2 flop. I really don’t like Moto anymore, but this was their last chance to keep me. Blur alone has killed any shot they had at me buying this phone. Sad day indeed, high hopes I had. Oh well back to lusting after the SGSll for now I guess. TouchWiz is nothing to be happy about either, but at least they dont lock their bootloaders and make it hard for me to customize the phone to my liking like Moto does.

  • toner

    Although I love my OG Droid, I can’t wait to check this out!

  • if d3 come with stock like d1 then might be better than htc..

  • How do we get that lock screen?

  • Anonymous

    If only it was 4g and unlocked it would be perfect…

  • GSMguru

    love its features and design. But, Motorola Phone battery really sucks. its very short lived.

  • John C.

    For all you people complaining about it not being stock or how crappy you may feel that blur (once again just your personal preference) is, did you read the part on the video that says “Your Screens May Vary. Software Not Final.”  Mmmmmmm, this may be wishful thinking on my part but mmmmmmmm….

    • DBK

      I tried pointing that out a few times but no one wants to listen. It’s possible that they are just using this particular Droid 3 to show off the new Blur. I don’t know how likely that is, but it’s possible.

  • I thought GB was supposed to get rid of the need for manufacture UIs. {{-_-}}

  • I have not experienced the Blur skin because I am still rockin the O.G. Droid rooted with Ultimate Droid 3.3.1 ROM which is GB 2.3.3 OS.  I have been addicted to the coolness of this phones form factor, including the slide-out keyboard from the day I bought it.  I haven’t upgraded to any of the ‘new high performance’ phones because I have never been impressed completely by the look and style of them (which if you ask me, they all seem almost the same, especially the HTC models).  Now I see my favorite design being upgraded with all the goodies that they have been coming out with in the other phones: bigger screen, faster processor, better camera-1080p, and my favorite-HDMI output.  All this with the cool factor of the O.G. Droid’s design…the droid that started it all, put the fear of Android into arrogant Jobs at *pple, and won over the fanitic following of not only the tech nerds like myself, but people who have found that Android phones are just better. 

    I will be checking out the Droid3 when it hits the stores and unless the Bionic comes out soon after, and blows the Droid3 out of the water, I will most likely be getting the revolution/evolution of the O.G.  And I have total faith that it will be rooted not long after it is released so I can customize it to fit me perfectly.  Oh and one other very important thing that everyone should realize, whether you love or hate Blur, we all seem to love the Android OS and all the ways that it is better than the i*hones iOS.  Cheers everyone

    • Anonymous

      Well said!!! could not agree more…..

  • Guess I’ll be holding out for the Droid 4 then. {{-_-}}

  • The video is a tutorial to show
    Droid 3 owners how to use their new smartphones, but as you can see, it’s made
    clear that this is not the final version of its software. The video must have
    been released “accidentally on purpose,” or else we wouldn’t be able to watch
    it right now.
     

  • I am not worried about LTE at this point. If anything Verizon has shaken my faith in LTE and their abilities of late. If this device comes in at 200 on contract, with a ffc, dual-core, and some upgraded RAM/ROM I think I will pick it up. I also want an unlocked bootloader, but who knows when Motorola will let this locked bootloader thing go. So far the only two devices that seem worth paying for are the Droid X2 and the Droid 3. Its just a shame that none of the motorola devices really have the wow factor anymore. HTC poured their heart into Sense UI, and it looks great. First time I actually wanted the overlay for my device. 

    Blur has improved, but at this point I would still call it one of the weaker UI overlays. LG being the worst. Touchwiz on the SG2 looks really nice and does add something to the experience. This is the major issue with Android. We are supposed to look forward to the big OS updates, but we should want them to overlay. We should look forward to their ideas. Up until recently all their ideas were awful or poorly executed. They are getting better, but what I don’t understand is why none of them seem to want to bring out fast updates. Not one of them seems concerned with being the manufacturer that can have the next big Android update right after the Nexus device. 

    Also if Carriers want to bring down rooting and hacking, just give us the means to uninstall bloatware. Bloatware to me is like buying a pair of pants and someone putting things in the pocket for me, and then telling me I’m wrong fir wanting to remove it. I am an Android fan and don’t want to root. I don’t want to be forced to do it. Does Verizon make that much money forcing everyone to use Slacker? 

    • DBK

      You’re in luck. It has a dual core processor and a front facing camera. Not sure about the RAM though.

      • Anonymous

        You mean the Droid 3 has a front facing camera?

  • this looks really good…does it have ffc

    • DBK

      yes

  • hey

  • jojo4747

    Have you blur haters seen the videos? The new blur is AWESOME. Stop being so close minded

  • freekin moto …. i no lie was gonna order a new phone today ……the xperia play because it has stock android and a unlockable boot loader but damn if they didnt sucker me in again …..my problem isint with motoblur i personaly liked the gingerblur like no lie its not terrible ….my beef is with the locked down bootloaders ……if sombody messes up there phone fine on my og droid if i did a nono the guess what a power button withe x button held down could solve most of my problems ya know …..and damit if i want 10 point multi touch on my phone then i should be able to have it ya know ?

  • Sperkins224

    Pretty sweet if you ask me. Not sure how I feel about the power button in the midddle, but… I’m sure it will become normal and not odd when you start using it. I’m used to my the power button being on the right side with my OG Droid. 

  • Looks exactly like the droid1

    • DBK

      That’s a good thing.

  • Ok. So now question becomes for everyone, are we still waiting on upgrading our OG Droid to the Droid Bionic??

  • carbon28

    Meh doesnt interest me, It looks like a brick, and UI Moto what? Thats right I dont care. And for the leg humper group on Moto, if Moto is so great, why are they stealing Senses’ little key feature that standout with every upgrade? IE last 8 apps, w/home key and notification bar, Skins, and profiles?

    • DBK

      You must not be an OG Droid fan.

  • Jojomcdougal

    Has the word on the street changed or should we still be expecting this to be just another 3G phone?

    • DBK

      It’ll be 3G.

  • Emeraldjun

    The design looks very OG Droid like. All black, bulky look, and that OG Droid chin. I like it. 

    • James_Ever

      See, I thought that there wouldn’t be such a pronounced chin on the Droid3, but its not bad. It appeared to be all black with a little silver trim to me. Love the keyboard!!! Just which I knew will the light be all white, I still couldn’t tell with it at full screen… just wish they’d release the specs, why so secretive about this one when it will probably be available online within two weeks tops is my guesstimate on release.

  • i still want the targa/bionic but i’m getting very impatient

  • jbonics

    Maby Motorola will start making sexy phones next year flop block and drop it cock block and drop it

  • shr1k3r

    this phone definitely gets back to the “Droid” feeling.  Do you see the holder’s hand shake? Love it

  • dont want

  • Anonymous

    Wow, that phone is thick!!…Like, early 90’s cell phone thick. I guess that’s the cost of a decent keyboard and camera and battery?

    • DBK

      It’s no thicker than the D2. It’s just bigger.

      • Anonymous

        Then they used a model with tiny hands. Motorola should have hired that dude Apple used to demonstrate “signal loss” on the DX, his hands made even that beast look petite.

  • Anonymous

    4G? Front facing camera?

    • DBK

      No. Yes.

  • what happened to the Droid3 being a stock Android device ?  My goodness, they could have bought themselves a little goodwill by keeping the Droid a native Android phone.

  • Steve Hillshire

    They just need to make the overlays removable by the consumer and then all will be well.  If Moto was smart it would lead the charge and sell a crap ton of phones.  Give the choice whether you want the skin or not.

  • Anonymous

    Looks real good, even the blur didn’t look that bad, and personally I think that is actually androids fall point the fact that there is no decent UI to go over the system, ya vanilla is great for those seeking t but some one picking up a android phone for the first time is not going to know that beautiful widgets is one of the best apps in the market for a time/ weather widget, where as if they had a pre-installed UI like blur or even sense it would come with a clock and weather set up and all sorts of small other things they will never figure out. At the same time though manufactures should also give the consumer the ability to switch to a vanilla version for all the CPU boosters and MB counters, that’s just half the fun of having an android phone.

  • Anonymous

    I just need four g on this baby!, nd its a wrap, fresno is about to get it in less than two weeks!

  • Damnn blur,

    Lookin good ;D

  • Garrett

    this phone looks damn sexy, and the new Blur doesn’t look terrible either
    A stock GB ROM on this would still just be amazing

  • All I hear is atrix has lag and lag because of blur or whatever.

    Using one, see no lag at all.  Seems like a bunch geeks rehashing crap online or used some store demo.

    I just put all the blur widgets/icons in the trash, everything is smooth and fast.

    Have 150 + apps installed and 20 + widgets going at once on screen and not even a hint of slow down.

    Be nice to have stock android but that’s what Nexus 3 will be fore, hopefully they won’t make it as lame as the Nexus S.

    • DBK

      The Atrix, as a phone in and of itself is decent. It’s the network it’s on that kills it. And it doe shave some problems with the webtop feature.

      • I’m on Bell not ATT 😉

        • DBK

          Then how are you using an Atrix?

    • none

      Nexus 3 might possibly be motorola produced

  • J Dub

    I am awaiting this phone so that I can upgrade my wifes phone to this. Give it to me. Give her my D1 which is leaps and bounds over her BB Tour then come December I can upgrade to the Nexus 3 which I hope will be like the original Nexus in terms of game changing. Anyone hoping for quad core on VZW for Nexus 3?

    • DBK

      Only if it comes with ICS, otherwise it would be a waste of a cpu.

  • Rohicks

    Good lord that thing looks like a brick.
    Screw physical keyboards.

  • Rohicks

    Good lord that thing looks like a brick.
    Screw physical keyboards.

    • DBK

      You must be an OG Droid hater.

      • Rohicks

        Nope.
        I just hate physical keyboards. No use for them.
        I have a DINC.

        • DBK

          Then don’t buy the phone. There are plenty of us that still want (and need) a physical keyboard.

          • Rohicks

            I won’t cause it’s retarded.

          • DBK

            Good. More for us. Your loss.

          • RW-1

            Now you’re just being an A$$ and a troll. You made your point.

          • Rohicks

            I’ve been apart of this site since it launched. No trolling.
            You’re being such a sensitive prick.

            This phone will suck. End of story. Moto is 70% of the reason why it sucks.

          • Inkster09

            Your so right about the moto thing tho

          • you only “need” a physical keyboard if your screen is too small or youre using a horrendous keyboard client…

          • DBK

            Or if you suck at the virtual keyboard or just plain like the physical keyboard (which is the case a majority of the time).

          • RW-1

            You know gang, to each his/her own. Why trash him because he doesn’t like it with a physical KB?

            Opinions vary. I already trashed Jha Tool earlier, and I would get this if my terms were met, and it is likely I wouldn’t touch the PKB either, but I like the heft of a phone that has one, and one never knows …

          • Jim Davis

            …or, if you use an SSH client on you phone when you’re in the field and don’t want all of the screen taken up by a huge virtual keyboard.  In fact, any application where you need to see the screen WHILE typing is a good argument for a hardware keyboard.

          • James_Ever

            Agree with you on the physical keyboard and dont even look at devices without them. My hands are huge and to have to always rely on using the screen to type is a nightmare. So hell yes to the bigger keyboard for me.

      • Rohicks

        Nope.
        I just hate physical keyboards. No use for them.
        I have a DINC.

      • Gee

        Im with Rohicks on this one I never use the keyboard on my D1

        • DBK

          You bring shame to all OG Droid users   😛

    • DBK

      You must be an OG Droid hater.

    • Inkster09

      Lol it does look like a brick but its a Droid 3 maaaaaan!

  • none

    Linux Journal’s latest issue had an interview with Steve Kondik (from CyanogenMod) who said “…HTC devices are what we have the best support for, partially because they are all similar to devices that Google has worked on directly (G1, Nexus One).” With this motoblur crap infesting Motorola’s entire VZW lineup, it might be time for a change. 

  • HerroMoto

    Why are they starting to take away the shutter buttons!?

    • DBK

      Because they are not really needed. It’s faster and more efficient to use the on screen button.

      • HerroMoto

        I’d rather have the shutter button, it feels like you’re taking a picture with an actual camera…

        • DBK

          The button can get worn out and become unresponsive after a time. Not to mention it can be easily pressed accidentally. The on screen button is the way to go. But hey, to each their own.

          • Anonymous

            And due to the crappy quality of cell phone sensors, it can cause you to slightly move the phone well pressing it, resulting in blur in the photos, especially in low light.

          • DBK

            That can happen with the other button, too. I haven’t had that problem, and I take a lot of pictures. The sensors are not that bad. My Droid 2 is pretty responsive, and with the new GingerBlur, it will be even better.

    • RW-1

      The real truth here moto can’t make a button that keeps it’s paint on it. Anyone who has a OG will know what I maen here.

      A button is useful, especially if a long press can call it up, however I’ll be generous and say that not having it means no paint can cpome off of it, or that it breaks.

  • STiK

    GingerBlur is nice.. Nuff Said!!!

  • faber78

    fuk u moto.

  • Wah this and wah that, I swear some of the people here can never be pleased.

    No matter what phone you get anymore you are getting some sort of UI skin unless you get a Nexus device/Dev phone. I don’t know why people keep on bashing Blur non-stop and seem to ignore the fact that when shopping for a phone now you are going to have to decide between skins.

    And trust me I used to be with you guys, I hated Blur a year ago and dreaded getting my D2 and couldn’t wait to get rid of Blur and run vanilla. But then i moved on a few months ago to the Gingerbread leak for my D2 and I must say Blur has come a long way and is much much better then it was. Blur doesn’t hold me back from considering this phone, a locked bootloader and most likely lack of 4G are the 2 things holding me back.

  • Johncorfee

    And oh yeah the new Blur looks awesome, I can’t wait to get this phone!

  • Johncorfee

    How come you guys haven’t got Google +1 buttons yet?  

  • Anonymous

    blur is the end of us all i do love the droid 1.2.3 tho 🙂

  • Anonymous

    I just realized the screen isnt wrapped in chrome like the old leaked pics of the D3 were. Nice.

  • Wow, this might be a candidate to replace my Droid 1.  Hopefully we’ll be able to put custom ROMs on it because Motorola clearly doesn’t get the concept behind using darker colors on the screen; it reduces the strain on your eyes and it saves battery life.  I imagine if the boot loader is locked someone will figure out how to unlock it eventually.  Why is it that these devices work so well in these tutorial videos but in the real world half of the time they perform like crap?  I’ve not used a MotoBlur device so I haven’t formed my own opinion of it yet.  I tend to lean more towards vanilla because I’d rather have the experience Google intended versus a muddled blend of Android and something else.  I hope the Droid 3 gets Gingerbread but I’d prefer it to look like Gingerbread with the all black menus and buttons and the dark grey notification menu.. but Motorola will probably make it dark blue and light gray because they’re retarded.

    • DBK

      Well. it is darker, just not dark enough. This phone is till a vast improvement over some of the other phones out there, though.

    • Anonymous

      I hoped that for The Droid 2 bootloader and here I am still….

  • Djstar2k2

    well my contract is up in oct so i guess ill be leavin on a jet plane and i prob wont beback again…… imo nuttin looks and feel like vanilla.  the smoothness, the widgets i love,the textin imput i prefer(i just dont like that ios bubble style everyone bites!  but it seems uncle googs wont make a phone stock with a kb and up to date specs so idk whats next.  i guess i could root but should i have too?  shouldnt it be a droid for all?  idk maybe the nexus 3 will be next and ill have to leave w/o a kb damn!  or just maybe i can save 600 and order droid 3 direct from mr moto with stock android lol

    • Djstar2k2

      oh and let me say that im an ole skool G1 owner 1st so i have a passion for vanilla.  

    • DBK

      +1 for the great song reference.

      You should at least wait until the end of the year before making a decision.

      IMHO, the new UIs are looking pretty smooth and quick. I wouldn’t knock them till you try them. And teh new phones do have up to date specs, so that shouldn’t be a problem.

      And I don’t see what the big deal is with stock Android (with the exception of Honeycomb). It does perform better, but it looks so bland (again with the exception of Honeycomb). You end up putting some sort of ROM on it anyway. To each their own I guess.

      • RW-1

        I’m only going to say that the REAL reason the new UI’s are snappy and quick is because the phones hardware has come a long way in the last two years.

        The UI’s are still the same laggy bloated SW that they are.

        See my point?

        Take blur off of it ans then see how it was slow, trust me.

  • William Schleicher

    I’m not exactly sure what people hate about blur. Since the Droid X, blur has been mostly about subtle improvements to the stock android experience. Honestly, I can only say that it’s gotten better since then, as shown by the highly polished Gingerbread release on the Droid X and this new video.

    • DBK

      Most hate Blur for the sake of hating Blur and refuse to acknowledge that it has become as good as the new Sense (a certain phrase comes to mind).

    • Anonymous

      “Since the Droid X, blur has been mostly about subtle improvements to the stock android experience.”

      Thank You!!! I shoulda read all the comments before posting. I didnt think anyone else knew this but me….lol Blur is the closest you will get to stock Android than any other custom UI.

  • Anonymous

    Saw Blur and instantly stopped caring about the phone. Looks like that’s a wrap then. The DROID 3 was the last phone I was interested in on Verizon before my contract ended and now it looks like the same old “good hardware kneecapped by bad software and locked bootloaders” that has plagued the X line and the DROID 2. Motorola and Verizon just don’t get it, they don’t understand why the original DROID was such a runaway success and is loved by the hardcore geeks and normal people as well.

    Guess it’s time to look at T-Mobile or Sprint now.

    • Ckochinsky0125

      And get stuck with sub par coverage. Great idea. Smh

      • Anonymous

        Sprint has decent coverage where I live and where I travel, I was on Sprint before and the only reason I left was because the original DROID came out and Sprint had nothing that could compete on the horizon.

        In fact, Sprint actually has WiMax near me while Verizon has no LTE coverage in my entire state except for Dulles Airport (I think) and no announcement of any coming anytime soon.

        • DBK

          4G isn’t everything. And WiMax is nowhere near 4G LTE. Patience is a virtue. But hey, whatever floats your boat. More for us I suppose.

          • Anonymous

            Oh believe me I know how good LTE is. And WiMax does suck in comparison. I mentioned it basically to point out that network wise Sprint and Verizon are pretty much equal for me, with Sprint coming out a little bit ahead.

            As far as patience being a virtue I still have until July. And I probably won’t make a move right then until there is more information from other manufacturers. I’m also entertaining the idea of waiting until the end of the year when the next Nexus phone will likely be announced. I just don’t see anything coming from Verizon to break their trend. They are taking Android to a place I didn’t sign up for and don’t want. Their only stock Android phone I can think of since the Droid launched has been the Xperia Play which is nice, but is still locked and it is a little too specialized for me.

          • DBK

            Lol Nice to know that there are still some people out there with patience.

            It seems the Droid 3 and the Bionic/Targra are probably as good as it’s going to get this year (and the Xperia Play to an extent).

          • DBK

            Lol Nice to know that there are still some people out there with patience.

            It seems the Droid 3 and the Bionic/Targra are probably as good as it’s going to get this year (and the Xperia Play to an extent).

    • DBK

      Haters gonna hate. Good riddance.

  • Sjsharks2019

    Front facing cam?

    • DBK

      It’s been asked and answered. Yes.

      • Sjsharks2019

        ok good. thanks

  • Amenemhat1

    Give me the phone, throw CM7 on it. The rest is history…

  • Nick

    I’d rather they worked on Gingerbread for the Droid 2. UGHHHH I want some tasty Gingerbread.

  • Nick

    I’d rather they worked on Gingerbread for the Droid 2. UGHHHH I want some tasty Gingerbread.

    • DBK

      They are. We should be getting it soon.

  • RedOne1

    Sorry Moto HTC has my soul now hahaha

  • RW-1

    To Jha Tool, may your large ears be flappng in the breeze of our responses.

    Your Droid 3 is nothing like the original.

    The soft keys are moved around again.

    The Physical KB is an improvement, hopefully the camera will be, I’d rather have one that works well then the Tim Allen Camera solution “More Megapixels!”

    However once again, unlike the Original:

    Locked down and suffering from a crappy overlay which will not allow the developed OS to do IT’S job.

    I guarentee you – If the dev community could take the Droid 3 and strip it of the crap you are foisting into it, it would run any number of your so called “Apps that are causing returns”

    Apps don’t cause returns, stupidity and phones that are limited by BLUR or any other overlay on top of ANDROID cause returns.

    Now pay attention to this next two paragraphs very carefully, because you might learn something (too bad your board can’t pay attention either):

    SEE if you can FOLLOW HTC’s lead and unlock the bootloaders, assist the dev community and concentrate on making good hardware, instead of getting into the SW business. I don’t care about your personal past with SW, you suck at it, and cripple good HW.

    If you follow the preceeding paragraph, you will grab market lead from most of the modding community, you know, the community that gives out real advice to lemmings (not the paid cnet crap reviews) as to what device to get, etc.

    Ahh, what the heck, not going to happen, you’ll screw this one up too.

    As for LTE, don’t care, rather not yet get roped into being a guinea pig for VZ do get it right.

  • im sorry this thing is hideous. i hope this isnt the final body type. the bezel is awkward and the screen looks like a toy. 

    • Anonymous

      The screen looks like a toy?  LOL! Look for something to whine about more.

  • Bryan Bacon

    the thing that bothers me about this is, its supposed to be The Droid3, but its pretty far from the original id say. granted shape wise its basicly the same. but with the software its not, its loaded with blur and i can only imagine how much bloatware, and know doubt its gonna be locked down harder than fortknox. 

    The point is why call it the droid3 when its not like the original at all?

    • Anonymous

      because it has the keyboard and the same general shape as the original.

    • DBK

      Because it keeps the overall design and structure of the OG. It just has updated hardware and software.

  • tjhrulz

    I liked it better when we were told this device was going to be stock and blur free 

  • Guest

    ewwwwwww

  • MOTOX

    Don’t really see 3d stuff….looks sort of cool. Blur is a little better…sense and to me touch wiz…still beat blur though…so they should put stock so this thing can really be a beast…

    • DBK

      New Sense = New Blur

      TouchWiz is shit and worse than the other two.

  • Anonymous

    one word. BONER!!!

  • Anonymous

    this really isnt hard. give me pure non raped android. i use the word raped bc the goodness of android is twisted and distorted by the manufactures into serving their purposes. give me my 2 year old droid. same construction. with gingerbread/ ice cream sandwich a quad core, and some lte. thats all i want its not a complicated request. oh and just an fyi please reinvest in battery tech. apple did do that much right they have batteries that last more than a day. lte and quad are going to drain it. make a complete device please.

    • Anonymous

      The iPhone’s battery life is good because the phone can’t do anything other than launch a single app at a time.

  • Interesting that if this is running GB, Moto apparently took out the shut down animation. Why?

    • Maybe it’s not Gingerbread. The Droid X2 wasn’t.

      • That’d be even more pathetic since you can buy a D2 now with Froyo (and it wasn’t a huge hardware upgrade to the OG). 

        Gotta say, so far, there’s no upcoming phone that I’m excited about yet, especially since both Moto and VZW should be aware of how many of us OG Droid owners are about to be off contract.

      • DBK

        It does say the software is not final. It could be a beta build of GB.

  • So I will just say it, Thunderbolt FTW!

    • Anonymous

      YEAH BOYYY

    • DBK

      Translation: Shitty battery life FTW!!!!!

      Smh….

  • Darat532

    The launcher on the new blur is the best out there at this time. It is customizable and very easy to use. I just wish Verizon wouldn’t put all there crapware on a phone so you have to root the phone to get rid of it.

  • Bogdan

    i cant believe they still didnt fix the keyboard, like really is it that hard to add the spring and make it slide jus a little more normal

    • DBK

      Picking at nits. Be happy they at least got the keys right this time.

    • Anonymous

      You’re an idiot.

  • JB

    not bad. I think they did a good job. the lock screen looks pretty cool. The blur doesn’t look too bad but Id still prefer sense to blur. But I wouldn’t mind picking up this phone if I was looking for an upgrade. 

  • Well I will just assume with the Blur comes a complimentary locked down device, well done Moto…

  • BlackTTC6

    Done with Motorola phones. Id rather buy an Iphone 4 over this. Dear Motorola ….. PUT LTE IN ALL IF YOUR NEW PHONES.

    And before anyone says “I don’t care about LTE” maybe you should go get a boost phone then. Getting locked into a non LTE phone for the new 2 years is idiotic

    • DBK

      No, jumping into a network that is shoddy at best, kills your battery, and has a tendency to crash is idiotic. Waiting for said network to stabilize and become more widely available is smart.

      The coming tiered plans don’t help either.

  • Anonymous

    Correctly me if I’m wrong but do we even know if the Droid 3 even has a locked bootloader. I did a quick search and didn’t see anything that said it has a locked bootloader. How do we know Motorola hasnt provided a option to unlock we just havent been told.

    • eddieonofre

      because is motorola!

      Besides we can come to that conclusion from and anthropological point of view.
      D2 locked
      DX locked
      DX2 locked

      • Anonymous

        DX2 I will give you but DX and D2 were released almost a year ago and the DX2 may have had software/hardware finalized before they started to consider making future phones with unlocked bootloaders.

        • DBK

          That and they promised a phone with the Xoom’s unlock/lock structure. So it’s either going to be this phone or the Bionic/Targra.

          • With all the bitching Moto has done about 3rd party apps and mods destroying their phones, do you really believe they’re going to release another unlocked device?

          • DBK

            The probability of it happening is slim to none, but there is still a possibility. I like to think positively. We’re just going to have to wait and see.

  • Mr. Joe

    OH LOOK AT ALL THE PRETTY SHEEP!

  • Mr. Joe

    OH LOOK AT ALL THE PRETTY SHEEP!

  • front facing camera? thats one thing i really want im tired of iphone people rubbing that in my face.

    • DBK

      All signs point to yes.

  • Devind1365

    WOW! Motorola screwed up once again.

  • Devind1365

    WOW! Motorola screwed up once again.

    • Anonymous

      I don’t see it. Parrot.

  • ironick

    Is OMAP dual core?

  • Anonymous

    As a OG Dorid owner and like the countless Droid fans out there.  This  is NOT my next device sadly to say. It’s “DEFINETLY, NOT THE DROID I AM LOOKING FOR”  

    Instead of Droid 3 it’s Strike 3 and Moto you’re OUT!!!!

    • Anonymous

      So you really think you represent the countless Droid fans out there? The countless Droid fans who probably dont even know this site exists?

      I’m speaking about the general public. I seriously doubt all the folks in the general public that have a Droid 1 feel the same way.

      • Anonymous

        So, you think that the majority of the Droid fans out there think that the
        D3 is somehow just as or better than the D1 when it came out (Meaning) The
        D3 will have the same impact with it’s specs as did the D1??

        Or maybe you think the D3 is by it’s specs so far is better than the TBolt
        (Comparisons in specs)?? Yes, I would like to get your opinion on the D3 so
        far since you left that very important detail out of your comment 🙂

        • Anonymous

          Dont know where the comparison to the Thunderbolt came from…personally I would get the Droid 3 over the Thunderbolt.

          Spec wise, it depends on what you want. Spec wise,I wouldnt want the Thunderbolt.

          Like with buzzwords like Snapdragon, if folks in the general public hear qHD screen, dual core chip, and whatever other buzzword is associated with the Droid 3 the buzzwords may be enough to sway ppl to at least look at the phone. And in some cases enough to get ppl to buy it.
           
          So far LTE is getting a bad rep for bad battery life so there are many ppl out there that probably dont even want LTE right now.

          Will it have the same impact as the Droid 1? Hard to say. The Droid 1 came out at a time when there was really no competitor to the iPhone. Android has grown so much since the Droid 1 I dont think any phone will have as big an impact as the Droid 1. But if talking about the general public, they might mirror what I wanted when I first got the Droid 1:

          A capacitive screen, free GPS, tons of free apps, a slide out keyboard. Tack on to that some buzzwords like qHD screen, dual core and I can see ppl probably wanting to get the Droid 3 too.

        • Anonymous

          Dont know where the comparison to the Thunderbolt came from…personally I would get the Droid 3 over the Thunderbolt.

          Spec wise, it depends on what you want. Spec wise,I wouldnt want the Thunderbolt.

          Like with buzzwords like Snapdragon, if folks in the general public hear qHD screen, dual core chip, and whatever other buzzword is associated with the Droid 3 the buzzwords may be enough to sway ppl to at least look at the phone. And in some cases enough to get ppl to buy it.
           
          So far LTE is getting a bad rep for bad battery life so there are many ppl out there that probably dont even want LTE right now.

          Will it have the same impact as the Droid 1? Hard to say. The Droid 1 came out at a time when there was really no competitor to the iPhone. Android has grown so much since the Droid 1 I dont think any phone will have as big an impact as the Droid 1. But if talking about the general public, they might mirror what I wanted when I first got the Droid 1:

          A capacitive screen, free GPS, tons of free apps, a slide out keyboard. Tack on to that some buzzwords like qHD screen, dual core and I can see ppl probably wanting to get the Droid 3 too.

  • Stephen D

    If it’s locked, I’m going with the Galaxy S2. If it’s unlocked, I would strongly consider it since I loved my OG Droid so much. 

  • Max

    I love my OG DROID and would like to get this new one, but I am a stock user….not a fan of blur, im sure there will be a way to unlock the bootloader and flash a stock ROM onto it, right now im useing Peter Alfonso’s GPA15 stock build of gingerbread 2.3.3 along with a 1.25ghz kernel. My OG DROID is faster and hell of a lot better then my moms DROID X…..

  • Anonymous

    I love my OG Droid (and thankfully CM 7.0.3 is carrying me through til I upgrade in August) but my next phone will not have a keyboard. My OG Droid is a brick compared to my wife’s Droid Incredible 2. 

  • I wasn’t really impressed

  • Interesting that they didn’t show the physical keyboard.  Looks good otherwise.  I’d consider it, BUT worthless if it doesn’t have LTE.

  • Interesting that they didn’t show the physical keyboard.  Looks good otherwise.  I’d consider it, BUT worthless if it doesn’t have LTE.

    • Anonymous

      In the last video they showed the physical keyboard

  • Anonymous

    please get the nexus 3 verizon…. i love DROID but I’m a stock kinda guy…blur isn’t my thing… this would be my fall back phone since all the 3g phones cost under 500… so its either this or a nexus 3 on another carrier if vzw says no

    also did they bulk up the DROID 3? it looks like its on roids…

    • Mr. Joe

      Why the hell are people “stock guys”?

      All you do is install another ROM on it with LauncherPro or ADW as the only launcher available.  Which is FAR FROM “stock” android.  Why the frell do you need stock?  You just need to ability to put ROMs on it.

      • Guest

        Umm no.  I keep my phone stock because the stock launcher is by far the fastest and smoothest available.

        I want a stock phone, and have no desire to load ROMs or mess around with any of that garbage.  I need a phone that works, and have no desire to work through buggy ROMs.

        • DBK

          He does have a point though. Even if you don’t use a ROM, the two Launchers aren’t exactly pure stock. The “stock guys” are really just “anti-corporate UI guys”.

        • Anonymous

          No way is the stock launcher the fastest and smoothest. NO WAY. LauncherPro with 3D Drawer enabled is so smooth it makes me wish Sense wasnt so nice to look at so I could forgive myself for running LP on my ThunderBolt. Its one of the main reasons i miss the phone that got this website on its feet, the OG Droid.

          • Guest

            If you could put the stock launcher on your thunderbolt you would see it is faster and smoother.  Try putting LauncherPro w/ 3D Drawer on your OG Droid, you’ll see it lags a bit compared to the stock vanilla launcher.

          • Anonymous

            lol….Really. The first thing everybody did when Froyo first came to the Droid 1 was replace the stock launcher.

            If someone thinks the stock vanilla Android launcher is the fastest and smoothest available…..I seriously doubt if they even  have an Android phone.

        • Inkster09

          What phone you got? I think the nexus 3 would be perfect for you

      • Droid1294

        your the only one in the world beside motorola that loves blur. the droid x2 is laggy shit because of blur even though it has a dual core processor. just put STOCK ANDROID

        • DBK

          You’d be surprised at how many people became Blur lovers when the got the new one. You obviously don’t know what you are talking about. Haters gonna hate, I guess.

        • Anonymous

          Because you’ve used the X2 right?  Or are you just talking out of your ass as usual.

          • Inkster09

            McClane you’ve made some great comments before but your slipping now

        • Anonymous

          The lag is associated with an issue with Flash…not necessarily Blur. The newer version of Flash.

    • Tehfingaz

      It has a 4-inch display now.

  • Anonymous

    More stupid blur?
    HTC all the way.

    • Mr. Joe

      Have you even tried this blur?  It’s amazing!!  Hell of a lot better then sense which just lags the crap outta a phone.

      • IseWise

        “Have you even tried this blur?  It’s amazing!”

        Have you tried it yourself?
        And I think EatUrCrap is referencing the fact that HTC says its going to releases phones with unlocked bootloaders from now on.

        • Mr. Joe

          Yeah on the X and it’s great.

          ALSO NO.  You see I’ve ACTUALLY had two HTC phones (Eris and Incredible) and both are REALLY SLOW.  Compared to some of my other phones like the X and Pro.  In fact it’s weird that the Incredible would be so slow with it’s 1GHz Gorgeous SnapDragon.  But it is.  

          In reference to your last part.  WTF YOU SHEEP!? 

          Why in Gods name would I give a rats buttock about HTC unlocking their crap?  Do you think I REALLY care about that?  If you do I think you need to go back to your herder my little sheep. 

          • Anonymous

            And that’s why the HTC Eris, Incredible, Evo, and Thunderbolt already have builds of Gingerbread. Stock Gingerbread. (minus the thunderbolt of course)

          • IseWise

            You must not be able to read. From the headline:
            “New Version of Blur on the Way”

            also from the text:
            “First, is the fact that the D3 will run a newer version of Blur than the one we’ve seen on the DROIDX and DROIDX2.”

            The droid eris is so old and outdated, why are you even comparing that phone to anything?

          • Anonymous

            Because the Droid eris has gb and its only supposed to have eclair. Its still goin strong IMO

          • no, its not. I don’t understand why everyone went all up and arms when it got a stock GB build. Congratulations, you’ve now just caught up to where the OG Droid was about 3, 4, 5 months ago.

          • DBK

            You missed the part where it’s not supposed to have GB…..ever. That’s why. Way to read.

          • So? Its not like the OG Droid was never supposed to get gingerbread either. It really isn’t that much of a surprise that the community put a GB build for the Eris. Many things are not supposed to get many things but it happens all the time like Froyo on the G1. Like I said, not much of a surprise.

          • DBK

            True it wasn’t supposed to get GB, but it’s specs were good enough that it was able to. Not so for the Eris, and yet they managed to get GB on there and get it to work properly. That’s why it was so surprising.

          • Anonymous

            Have you played with a GB Eris? i havent, but i can only imagine it would have some serious stability issues because the OG doesnt even run it perfectly. I had the OG on 2.3 ever since it was available, and I always kept it updated, whether it was Petes Stock Gb or Cm7, results were always about the same. After a week or so, memory was just nowhere to be found.

          • Anonymous

            Yea I got GB on my Droid 1 and I am so close to going back to Froyo. If the Droid 1 cant really handle GB….the Eris ….I dont even wanna imagine….

        • DBK

          I have and agree with him. The new Blur is amazing and is just as quick and smooth as the new Sense. Not as pretty though. But this even newer Blur seems to fix that.

      • Anonymous

        Um sir, have you ever tried HTC Sense? Its definitely smoother. Just sayin’

        • DBK

          New Blur is just as smooth and quick as the New Sense. Not as pretty though, but that doesn’t really matter.

        • Anonymous

          But weren’t they saying sense was slowed down on the htc sensation with its dual core? nothing is perfect and all have their hiccups. This is the new version you don’t know how it will perform. Maybe they optimized it for dual core you don’t know nobody does for that matter.

      • Droid1294

        blur is #%$%. stock, touchwiz 4.0 and sense 3.0 are amazing. no lte, locked, and blur. stupid motorola. put stock android, unlocked bootloader and lte and you got an amazing phone. when will motorola ever learn?

        • DBK

          Guess you haven’t tried the new Blur then. The New Blur is just as smooth and just as fast as the new Sense, and this newer Blur looks even better.

          And it’s obvious you don’t know what you are talking about, since you think TouchWiz is amazing.

          • Inkster09

            Ill give the new blur smoothness about a month then ur on your own

          • DBK

            Your loss. Properly maintain the phone, and that smoothness will never go away.

          • Inkster09

            Well truthfully my dis just got the new official blue on my old Droid x and it is good

          • Inkster09

            My sis and blur is what I meant. Again with the spell checker.lol

          • Inkster09

            I keep see you and you only talk about how good blur is on here.

        • Anonymous

          Not everyone is in an lte area or whats a over priced phone with a battery that doesnt last a whole day. Just saying there is still a demand for 3g phones not to mention this being dual core and having a keyboard will be a big seller.

      • inkster09

        Notice how bothsides sense and blur UI ppl say the other UI is laggy? And it sucks? Do you ppl see a pattern here?

        • Inkster09

          Edit

        • DBK

          As long as we all agree that TouchWiz sucks, it’s all good.

          • Anonymous

            I think touchwiz is good motoblur is good and HTC sense is awesome. I had a Droid x upgraded to thunderbolt then went to a charge instead of the thunderbolt. They are both awesome and I only got the chargebecause it was at Costco and the screen is amazing.

          • DBK

            It sounds like you haven’t even tried the new Blur (with Gingerbread). Trust me, it’s as awesome as the new Sense and makes TouchWiz look even worse than it already is.

            Granted TouchWiz is getting better, but it is still worse than the other two.

          • Anonymous

            I have the Droid x with 4.5.596 and I really like new blur but I think its as good as touchwiz3 on my Droid charge. But sense is better than both when I had a thunderbolt. I really hated the old in between blur it lagged the homescreens and everything else but it seemed to run much nicer on peoples Droid pros and Droid 2s. Those ran much better with the old blur. But the charges screen is much better.

          • DBK

            An intelligent, agreeable response? Give me a minute, I have to pick up my jaw.

          • Anonymous

            What can I say. I’m a reasonable person

          • DBK

            Not jaw-friendly though.  🙂

            *puts ice on jaw*

          • Anonymous

            What can I say. I’m a reasonable person

          • Inkster09

            Lol

          • Inkster09

            Lol

    • RedOne1

      I Love HTC Sence

  • Those videos taught me so much about my current android phone, thanks Motorola!

  • Ckochinsky0125

    this phone looks sweet hope for some more info. Right now its looking like my next phone since I’m not in a 4g area and dont really need super fast speeds for what I do.

  • eddieonofre

    the only thing that matter to me now is is going to be locked?

    No -> I’ll buy itYes -> I will stay with my OG Droid 

    Motorola you made a great device the OG Droid why can’t u just make another one?? i know is not that hard open bootloader that is all it takes

    • Jmbode

      They did with the Droid 2 … about identical to the OG Droid …
      So much that I couldn’t figure out WHY I would upgrade my OG Droid for the Droid 2.
      However the Droid 3 certainly looks (to me anyways) as a good upgrade.

      • DBK

        It having Froyo (at the time) was probably the only reason to upgrade.

  • Constantine Smith

    As much as I want a actual keyboard.. I will hold out for something that’s 4G….

    • eddieonofre

      4G really what for? to pay more for limited internet plans? and to burn ur battery faster for no need?
      COme on guys 4G is great but we are like 3 to 4 years until becomes really necesary

      • Constantine Smith

        I use my phone for my main internet source since I move around all the time… yes battery does go out faster but I prefer to pay for internet i can use vs wifi i’m never home to use.

        • Anonymous

          and how did you get along before 4g? Surely you didn’t just start moving about once LTE came online…

          • shane

            How did you go about before having a cell phone? Surely you just sat at home and waited for calls. All he saying is for him it makes being on the go easier I.e. what cell phones did for everyone.

          • DBK

            Bad analogy. Two different things.

            4G isn’t a need, it’s a want. There plenty of other options to get internet without having to jump to 4G. 3G is still decent, and wifi is available in many places (especially if you travel a lot). Battery life especially important when traveling and is something that you don’t get much of with 4G.

          • shane

            A cell phone is something you don’t really need. Now I understand how easy its made everything. But people still get along without them. And the whole world did without them for years. So maybe its not a perfect analogy, but if a guy using 4G says it make his life easier I’m gonna say that’s a better opinion than a guy who hasn’t had 4g. He was fine before it but is better now. People with cell phones were fine before them but are better now.

          • DBK

            Your wrong. Now a days, a cell phone is needed. The only ones that get along with out cell phones are preteens and seniors, since they have no need for them.

            My point stands. Granted he finds it use and a better option, but my point was more generic. For the majority of users, 4G is a want, not a need. They get it because it is the newest thing, not because they need it.

      • Mr. Joe

        4G right now is the same price as 3G data plans.

        PLUS some of us are actually getting 4G this year.

        • eddieonofre

          what I mean is that only if you really do a lot of posting videas and watching videos on the go, and need them to be really fast there is no urgent need for 4G yet.
          Not all cities have 4G, 4G burn battery badly when u ar nor using it, 4G is not ging to be unlimited as 3G is, and still you have to pay extra money for tethering (tethering over 4G is where i see the real advantage) so 4G is nice to have but not necessary 3G does the job just fine and seem that it will for at least 2 more years until 4G becomes global and replaces completely 3G

  • Anonymous

    Why would they make this phone without LTE!!!! Honestly thats killing me more than the locked bootloader is. UGHHHHH

    • Digg

      Enough with the talking points.

      • Anonymous

        What? This is the comments section. Its for talking. If you dont wanna talk here, don’t. 

    • Anonymous

      Not everybody lives in a LTE area so most people right now don’t care about LTE phones

      • Anonymous

        yeah, but sign a two year contract with 3g and you screw yourself in two ways. First of all, in 2 years, you will probably be in a LTE area. Secondly, if you dont get grandfathered into a 4g unlimited plan now, you’re not going to with verizon going to tiered data. I’m considering buying a 4G phone off contract just to get myself grandfathered into an unlimited plan with 4g… maybe I’m crazy though… anybody want to tell me why my logic is flawed? 

        • Max

          understandable, i dont have the money to do that, but since they were saying of having all 4g by 2013, i would absoluetly HATE to have to go to a tiered data plan after 2 years of unlimited…..

        • Anonymous

          Thats exactly what i did. I upgraded my OG Droid to a Thunderbolt last week to lock in unlimited LTE. The only way this idea could be flawed is if Verizon still forces tiered plans even to users like me who got LTE early.

    • Jeff

      So, No LTE and it has that stupid Blur and a locked boot loader…….

      Is Motorola trying to go out of business?????

      • Mr. Joe

        Are you trying over react?

      • Anonymous

        I don’t mind new blur, I had time to mess around with it in a verizon store on the DX2 not long ago, its as responsive as any other skin.
        I feel like most of the blur naysayers hanging on are just some kind of weird internet-only species of Parrot with terrets, that doesn’t know anything about motoblur but once they hear or read the name they start spouting off about how bad it is.
        I don’t know, maybe I got lucky and played around with a ringer DX2 -rolls eyes-. But to me, motoblur in and of itself isn’t a negative, especially this latest version.

    • Mr. Joe

      Cause the bulk of America doesn’t have LTE yet.
      Cause by 2013 (in 2 years) when the bulk of America is LTE D3 owners will be ready for an upgrade.

      • Anonymous

        Well, its not like 3G areas render 4G phones useless. For the same price, you can get any of the LTE phones and have 4G when its available in your area, without having to upgrade. So its kinda dumb for anyone to buy the D3, regardless of if you can use LTE or not.

        • Anonymous

          Whats dumb about it? its a matter of priorities. For some of us, good ol’ wifi is still plenty. So the issue is do you get a DX2 or a D3 and put up with longer downloads and uploads or buy a Charge, Thunderbolt, or Revolution that’ll hiccup when you start doing something CPU intensive.
          If you want both, and you want them now, then what you need to do is stop giving Verizon your money and go elsewhere, because they plainly will not let you have it both ways just yet…and we all already new this.

          • Anonymous

            I dont really get what you mean when you say its a matter of priorities. My Thunderbolt hasnt hiccupped yet. My OG Droid only started bugging out on me when i put Gingerbread on it (CM7) because it ran out of ram, which is not a problem with any current phones. 1Ghz is plenty of power for Android. Obviously the dual core is the next step up, but right now there is no need for it. In fact, theres more app compatibility issues with the new dual cores than with anything else. And switching off of VZW gets me nowhere because no ones 4G is even close to ours. The only plausible good reason i can see for getting the D3 is the keyboard. Otherwise, why not root and rom a Thunderbolt, overclock it to 1.2 or 1.4Ghz, and do EVERYTHING Android is capable of. Oh and if crap battery life is someones response to this, i get 14-20 hrs on a full charge with it OC’d to 1.2Ghz, and thats while actually using my phone normally all day to play music, surf, and _____(fill in the blank with everything Android can do).

          • DBK

            4G isn’t all that great nowhere near stable enough to warrant a switch. Many of us would rather have a stable, decent connection over a somewhat faster, shoddy one and can use wifi if necessary. Thus priorities.

            You’re the exception then. The majority of users have had nothing but problems with the newer phones.

          • Anonymous

            You know I had 4 paragraphs writting about prioritizing 4g vs Dual core, but if you don’t get it, I don’t have the writing skills to convince you it’s not stup[id to prioritize one over the other. So just go with me on this…it’s all about priorities.

  • ugh sooo tempting, especially when they make blur look like its actually usable, but who else is making a phone with a decent keyboard like that!

  • Anonymous

    i seriously hate motorola because they think people like blur

    • Mr. Joe

      This blur is the best skin out there.  It beats the crap out of sense which is the worst.

      • Brendan

        ha. blur sucks

        • Mr. Joe

          ha.  no it’s not.

          • Cmonnats23

            This blur is sexy! A+ job moto! Touchwiz is some shit. It looks like its made for a 5 year old and sense is par

        • DBK

          ha. you suck.

      • Anonymous

        the new blur is actually a great improvement and imo is better than sense. But I do think that touchwiz takes the gold for being the worst.  

        • DBK

          Undoubtedly, TouchWiz is the worst. There is no arguing that. Agree about the new Blur. I prefer it over the new Sense and this even newer Blur looks even better.

          • I vehemently disagree with you. I feel Touchwiz on Gingerbread, i.e. SGSII, will be the bet skin availalble. 

          • Darat532

            I have a galaxy S II. I still think the skin on the gingerbread Droid X is nicer and easier to set up the way you want. Motorola wins on the skins.

        • Inkster09

          Damn Motorola got you all. With the,”new” blur lets see what you think about it in a month

          • Anonymous

            They got me? I’ve been using the new blur for a month and I’m still enjoying it. And if I wanted a stock feel I’d just flash a rom/theme. Stop trolling, kid.

          • Inkster09

            Ok u got couple more days left ill give u that.

          • Inkster09

            Dont get mad twan. And yep rootings the way to go. Sounds like your defence of blur might got you mad bout something. Could it be blur? Lol jk

          • DBK

            You know, you’re starting to sound idiotic.

          • Inkster09

            Uh no I’m just stating facts about Verizon and how they do thing how are facts idiotic get off Verizon’s penis they don’t care about you dbk

          • DBK

            Properly maintain the phone, and that smoothness will never go away.

          • Inkster09

            Lollollollol lmao OK just add some apps download some more stuff and maintaining blur will do nothing for it lol your funny

          • DBK

            And you’re an idiot. If you remove the bloatware and then kill rogue apps that crop up, then the phone will be quick.

          • DBK

            Properly maintain the phone, and that smoothness will never go away.

      • Anonymous

        Maybe, maybe not. That’s just an opinionated preference. What’s not an opinion, however, is that stock vanilla android is THE best, fastest ‘skin’ (if you will) out there!

        • DBK

          Since it won over the majority of Blur haters, I would say it’s more fact than opinion. Even though stock android really isn’t a skin, I agree that it’s the best option out there.

        • Anonymous

          Sorry but that is still opinion. I feel stock Android is kinda plain. I tried a Sense UI phone and a phone with Touchwiz….and I like em both over stock Android.

          • Anonymous

            I don’t really mind touchwiz… very iphony, but I’ve never had a huge issue with the ios UI (just everything else… lol)… my problem with touchwiz is it only exists on samsung garbage… when I pick up a $300 phone (Charge) and it feels like a damn toy, i just feel like it’s low quality…(and yes, i’ve had experience with samsung devices and hated them for more than the lightweight/plasticky feel

          • Anonymous

            I agree.. while there are tons to hate about these skins, blur 2.0 is worlds better than 1.0 and there are features I use daily that stock android has never seen… deleting individual notifications with the drop down bar is very sick… typing a phone number in to be matched with a contact is awesome.. the pulsating green bar in a call is pretty convenient.. and the car and multimedia docks are customizable

            ppl rail on these skins, and I see somewhat where they are coming from, but they make them sound useless when they are more useful than stock… to be honest, if DX w/ GB had the option of vanilla or blur 2.0 i’d use blur… I got an OG day 1, rooted and romed the thing until July when I got a DX launch day.. been on this site since it launched, so I know I am in the minority

          • Anonymous

            the whole point here is that motorola has no reason to force their crappy bloatware on their customers. let it be an installation option NOT the only option.

      • Droid1294

        blur sucks shit and you know it 

      • I don’t know how you can say Sense is the worst. I used to think sense was pretty, but far too heavy. Now that I have a TB, I can honestly say that hardware has more than caught up with the weight of Sense. And I’m sorry, but the 3.0 lockscreen is easily the best out there.

      • Anonymous

        you are seriously in the minority here man. You have every right to love blur, and I’ll be the first to admit that I havent’t even tried the new Blur since the GB upgrade, which is simply because my initial experience with it was so bad I just have a bad taste in my mouth… but to act like it’s just factual that blur rocks and sense blows is kinda bizarre especially since most people would disagree

        • DBK

          It’s even less factual the other way around. If anything the new Blur is about the same as the new Sense. The only difference is that Sense is pretty while Blur is technical.

          • Anonymous

            “blur is technical”? I’m not even sure what that means… it “looks techy”?
            idk… I do agree that Sense is more about being aesthetically pleasing than
            overly functional, but i’ve never found it to be “dumbed down” in any way…
            just my two cents though lol

          • DBK

            Not saying Sense is dumbed down, just that Blur looks more “techy” as you put it. Moto has maintained a rough/tough/techy theme while HTC is more high-class themed, and the UIs reflect that.

          • Inkster09

            You and your comments are comicical at best. Your a funny guy.

          • Inkster09

            Dbk that is.

      • Sense 3.0 is good. If you use a Sense ROM, it makes it even better, since it’s deodexed, zipaligned, bloatware removed, etc.

      • MotoFail

        Blur sucks, Sense Sucks, and TouchWiz suck. Give me Stock Android or Shub it up your Ass Motorola.

      • MotoFail

        Blur sucks, Sense Sucks, and TouchWiz suck. Give me Stock Android or Shub it up your Ass Motorola.

      • ktime07

        i flagged you just for saying that

    • Mr. Joe

      This blur is the best skin out there.  It beats the crap out of sense which is the worst.

    • JB

      Yeah, they really need to just start over from scratch lol. 

      • Anonymous

        They already had it from scratch. It’s called vanilla android. They could have just left that and it would have been WAY better!

        • Inkster09

          Statement of the year!!!

          • Inkster09

            I’m replying to fezzy not the other guy by the way.

        • Inkster09

          God just imagine Droid 3 withe the black and green stock android

    • shane

      What’s wrong with blur I don’t get it. They give you more widgets stock and its a new experience over vanilla. I had an of Droid and it and it was the best phone I ever had. But when I upgraded I was not about to get another vanilla phone that only did some things a bit better. That’s not a new phone that’s a different shell with maybe a little different performance. I went with sense. And I love the custom s*@# you can do to it. It has cool widgets abdicate I get sick of it I got launcher pro plus. Blur doesn’t lock your phone MOTO does. Give reasons for hating blur other than hopping the bandwagon.

      • Knkster09

        Just give it time my friend. Give it time.

      • DBK

        Agreed. The new Blur is awesome. Haters gonna hate.

        • Steve Hillshire

          Do you work for Motorola or something?  Because I’m pretty sure they are the only ones that think Blur is awesome.

          Why can’t anyone release a vanilla phone anymore??!!!

          • DBK

            And you’d be wrong. Most of the haters became lovers when they got the new Blur.

            No I don’t work for Moto, I simply state factual observations.

          • Inkster09

            They liked it for like 2 weeks? Now I know one or pplq are Donna say they love but MAJORITY hate it

          • DBK

            Wrong. Over half of the posters that commented on this article alone like the new Blur.

          • Inkster09

            Maybe but there is ALWAYS. A but with their I like blur comments

      • Becauseican

        you do realize ALL of these crapy skins slow down the new phone you bought because it was faster.
        all i want is a option when you first start your phone to run vanilla or skined crap.
        These skins are slowing down os upgrades and you people dont care because it not stock android So it must be better. just use ADW or launcher pro youll never want a skin again

        • DBK

          It’s not the skins that slow down the phones (especially not the new ones) it’s the bloatware (and certain apps/widgets) that slow the phone down. Root to remove the bloatware and kill and rogue apps that crop up and your phone will never slow down.

          Stock Android is obviously great, but somewhat bland. It’s nice to have some color every now and then.

          • No, it IS the skins that slow down the phone.  Adding a continuously running background process (that is, a running skin on top of the core OS) will slow down the device as compared to an identical device without the built in skin.  This isn’t disputable. 

          • DBK

            But if you maintain the phone properly, that difference in performance is near unnoticeable. And stock phones occasionally do perform worse than skinned ones. So it’s not fact, just a common result.

            So I am kind of right and you are kind of wrong.

          • No, you’re just utterly unable to read or comprehend, or both (not sure which).  Of course some “stock phones occasionally do perform worse than skinned ones.”  That’s like observing that a Ferrari is faster than a Honda civic.  My point was that two IDENTICAL phones – one without an OS overlay (that is, an additional process running in the background all of the time), and one running only the built-in processes (stock OS), the stock one will be faster every time….if for no other reason than for the fact that it’s not using system resources to run an additional process.  So no, you’re not right about anything at all.  Now, you’re full within your rights to “like” or “prefer” the OS overlay, but that has absolutely no bearing on my statement about speed and system resources.  

          • DBK

            Apparently you’re the one who can’t read. I said that if you maintain the phone properly, the difference would be near unnoticeable. Which is true. The rest of my response was a more generic, factual observation. Your statement is opinion, my statement is fact.

          • Fresh out of the box I can feel a performance difference between a Droid 2 or X and a Nexus phone. Because of Blur, those phones seem to perform a great deal slower than a vanilla. 

          • DBK

            We were talking about the same phone, one skinned and one not. Different phones perform differently.

          • Inkster09

            The nexus s outperforms these new phones with their dual cores and 4gs in everyday use all the time

          • Inkster09

            It doesn’t matter if its diff phone or same phone its still a valid point

          • Becauseincan

            MAINTAIN???? What the hell are you talking about. There is NOTHING to maintain. The ONLY way to speed up Sense, touchcrap, motocrap, etc is to REMOVE it which is not dimmimg your screen and stoping facebook from updating. If you installed a AOSP rom you would realize what im talking about but it looks like this will go it one ear and out the other.

          • Becauseincan

            MAINTAIN???? What the hell are you talking about. There is NOTHING to maintain. The ONLY way to speed up Sense, touchcrap, motocrap, etc is to REMOVE it which is not dimmimg your screen and stoping facebook from updating. If you installed a AOSP rom you would realize what im talking about but it looks like this will go it one ear and out the other.

          • DBK

            If you remove the bloatware and keep the rogue apps from causing problems, your skinned phone will run just as fast as an unskinned one. Granted stock would run slightly faster, but it wold be near unnoticeable (and sometimes not show enough of a difference to warrant going to stock). And if you bothered to try out the newer Sense and Blur, they run just as fast as any stock device.

          • Inkster09

            Ill admit it’ll get better hope hopebut right now RIHHT NOW it is a nuisance

          • Inkster09

            Dbk just doesn’t get it bro let it go

          • DBK

            lol I probably get it better than most. Difference is I don’t expect perfection and have my priorities straight.

          • Inkster09

            My god. Very well said

          • No, you’re just utterly unable to read or comprehend, or both (not sure which).  Of course some “stock phones occasionally do perform worse than skinned ones.”  That’s like observing that a Ferrari is faster than a Honda civic.  My point was that two IDENTICAL phones – one without an OS overlay (that is, an additional process running in the background all of the time), and one running only the built-in processes (stock OS), the stock one will be faster every time….if for no other reason than for the fact that it’s not using system resources to run an additional process.  So no, you’re not right about anything at all.  Now, you’re full within your rights to “like” or “prefer” the OS overlay, but that has absolutely no bearing on my statement about speed and system resources.  

          • Inkster09

            What stock phone is slower than skkinned phones please please please tell me

          • DBK

            X2, TB, and Charge (all skinned and current) are faster than the Xperia Play (stock). All four have similar specs (with some obvious differences of course), and yet the stock one is slower.

          • Anonymous

            apples and oranges man. Comparing the X2 TB and Charge to the Xperia? Come on… Why can’t the manufacturers release blur/sense/touchpoopy as home replacement type deal? I didn’t even try the new blur, I just kept with my GoLauncher. I’ve used Sense enough to love it, and used Blur enough to have a bad taste, even if they have made improvements (don’t tell me how much better it is, I believe you, I just choose not to use it…). But seriously… what is the benefit to motorola to necessitate my using Blur, a home replacement, or rooting?

          • DBK

            Hey by all means do whatever works for you. I was simply making a point to the other guy. A very logical point, mind you.

          • Inkster09

            What point exactly were you makkng precisely?

          • Inkster09

            Lol experia play? Lollololol

          • Inkster09

            Your like a Republican. Even with evidence and favmctss in your face you just believe what you believe.

          • Anonymous

            ok…i’ve been watching you argue with DBK on this thread…and i may or may not agree with you, i can not tell…your posts are that incomprehensible

          • Inkster09

            And those three phones your talking about is not faster. Maybe web speeds but hi and is not even close

          • Inkster09

            Ui. And os. I meant

          • Inkster09

            Exactly what do u mean by maintaining blur and why should anyone have to maintain abmn is?

          • Inkster09

            Maintain an is anyway I meant

          • Inkster09

            And what is wrong with this site and commenting? I make mistakes all the Tim its soooooo. Sooooo frustrating to post.

          • Inkster09

            Stock android is bland but canrmt you the many many customizations and and different looks you vmcan put on stock?remember Droid 1 how many things we could do to it? Ifs balms but its a Balboa cancer in terms of art. Paint it any way u want.

          • Inkster09

            Omgone thing. I do hate is this keyboard in my nexus.

          • Inkster09

            I meant to say its a blank canvas UI and can work on it like a piece of art

          • DBK

            Uh that’s what I said, just more clearly.  o.O

          • Inkster09

            Lol I know I suck at posting on this site lol.

          • Inkster09

            Its both working hand in hand to kill what android was meant to do

      • Kierra

        Shhhhh…they dont like to listen to reason. Either you pick up your pitchfork and torch or pipe down. I agree with you though

        • Inkster09

          Lol kierra

      • Anonymous

        Most of it has to do with the Blur Widgets which load up into memory whether you use them or not.  The GUI of it isn’t terrible, but the hatred started from the loss of available memory (especially in the earlier editions of Blur, which were bad with memory and on top of that had a very Fisher-Price like interface… just look at the Cliq).  

        From there is has become fashionable and badge of honor to show how “smart” you are to hate Blur to some insane level that even uttering it apparently causes some people to go into convulsions.  Even if MotoBlur became so good that Google paid Motorola for the rights to make it the new stock interface, these people would continue to hate on it.  Don’t try to argue the point, it wouldn’t be much of a conversation, because most aren’t listening.

        • Anonymous

          I concur with the voice of reason.

        • Anonymous

          I have not tried the latest Blur, but what really drove me nuts were the arbitrary changes to the GUI that do nothing to improve the design.

          For example, on the Blur dock bar, there were three options, the app drawer, the phone, and contacts. Now, contacts is already a tab in the phone app, so what was the point of removing the browser, which I use all the time and would appreciate easy access to on any screen, with contacts, which is redundant because it’s already a tab in the phone app? There were all kinds of stupid little changes like this made by Moto that really drove me nuts after moving from the O.G. to the D2 (Needles to say, I run Liberty Rom).

          . Maybe this new Blur is better. I hope so, but since Google already dumps millions into GUI research and development, I don’t understand why Moto feels they need to waste money screwing with it at all.

        • Inkster09

          Stoooooopid if blur didn’t interfere with everything there would be no I hate blur comments dummy

          • Inkster09

            Ill admit tho gave my sis my Droid x and the blur is fine. Works good actually bit its sloop ugly and and still not as smooooooootb as my nexus s 4g

          • Inkster09

            IRS not slow I meant just jittery

          • Inkster09

            IRS not slow I meant just jittery

          • DBK

            lol Wrong again. It’s the slowness and lagginess of the first Blur that people hated the most. Not the way it looked.

      • Anonymous

        Reasons for hating blur:
        * slow
        * ugly
        * causes delayed updates due to effort spent rewriting stuff already in android

        • Anonymous

          And yet the Droid X got official GB about a week before the EVO and probably before the Incredible…

          Slow? Swiping homescreens with the old stock Blur launcher, the lock screen with the old Blur.

          Ugly? I will say the Blur widgets are plain looking. One could say they are ugly. But Blur is the closest mix of stock Android and a custom UI than any of the other skins…

      • Anonymous

        Ppl that hate Blur so much and love stock Android so much…I wonder do
        they realize Blur is the closest mix of stock Android than any of the other
        custom UI’s…

        Those that got a phone with both take a good look at your phones. Even
        with Moto skinning the lock screen it still resembles stock Android’s
        lock screen more than any other custom UI.

        I just thought it was funny ppl that love stock Android so much hating Blur so much…

        • Inkster09

          Funny comment

      • Inkster09

        Lets see what’s wrong with blur……? Updates updates and updates fast but jittery clutters memory like no other. Oh did mention IRS jittery? And hinders updates?

    • Inkster09

      There go Sanjay ja messing up an awesome and beastly phone again along with vzw

      • Knkster09

        Verizon really seems to think they are OK with the way they are going. Boy its gonna hurt when they wake up from their dream

        • Anonymous

          And what exactly is wrong with this phone? I mean people bitch and moan about everything. 4inch screen, dual core. This phone will be a big seller and not everyone roots their phones or cares what skin it has on it they just want the phone to be able to do what they want to do(check web, email, text, etc) and they will buy it for that reason. I mean alright you may not like it because it has blur and may have a locked bootloader, it may not you never know. The only thing for certain is that is has blur the rest is all speculation.

          • Inkster09

            Like I said give it time my friend. And the reason there so many returns is because blur makes this stick or blur makes phone freeze or blur makes phone rebbot

          • Inkster09

            Trust me after awhile the novice is gonna get sick and tired and learn how to root to rip that is and all the negative things that come with it.

          • Inkster09

            Rip out blur I mean. Ppl will buy this phone unsuspecting bit ppl aren’t stupid they will catch on to blur and Motorola and vzw. Again consumers aren’t dumb. And this blur phone will not work smoothly like u claim it will give it time to cache up

          • Inkster09

            OK it’ll work smoothly at first then your SOL

          • Anonymous

            Costumers in fact ARE DUMB, that’s why apple sells that much

          • Inkster09

            Lmao

          • Ckochinsky0125

            You fit your comment perfect with your poor spelling *customers lol

          • Anonymous

            So they root and remove it and then its not slow as you say so if you hate moto and blur so much then why are you even reading this article?

          • Inkster09

            To make a huuuuuge point.

          • Inkster09

            Even if u root this phoneme and remove bloatware imwhich is impossible imo again look in manage apps >allots still not gonna be as fast as say g2x stock when thy get that phone ironed out

          • Ckochinsky0125

            Hows it impossible? Impossible to make out what you said is more like it lol. Spell check man.

          • Inkster09

            I know I can’t seem to post well on this site.

          • Anonymous

            And you have a phone with this new blur that you know this first hand? I didn’t think so. How do you know this new blur doesn’t fix those problems? Although I know multiple with droid x’s and droid 2’s and none of them(myself included) had any issues with blur.

          • Inkster09

            Your one of the lucky ones but for don’t you feel for others sitting there with phones just flabbergasted to what to do next as their phone phone bootloops?

          • Anonymous

            Bootlooping has nothing to do with Blur genius.  My Droid running stock android has bootlooped a few times and so do many other android phones including the Thunderbolt which has a major bootlooping problem right now.  It’s an android bug triggered by special circumstances, likely related to memory.

          • Ckochinsky0125

            Thank you I was just going to say pretty much all android phones had boot loop problems the nexus s did and its stock android.

          • Inkster09

            OK your right lol

          • Inkster09

            Dont get mad vzw is sticking it to you.

          • Inkster09

            I didn’t say blur specifically genius. Its the stuff that makes up blur. Just go look in your manage apps section >all dummy

          • Inkster09

            I wish a developer would chime in here. Please?

          • Inkster09

            My god ppl read the posts carefully I never said blur specifically boot loops phones. Some of u Droid lifers aren’t too bright

          • Ckochinsky0125

            Well seeing how sense phones had that problem to its not blur. Im not mad about anything just because you are ignorant and spouting off nonsense do a little research then talk.

          • Inkster09

            Insane you guys are straight up Verizon brainwashed robots

          • Inkster09

            Again go in into settings>applications>manage apps>all apps. Now look at all the progroms running the sense ui OK? Just do me that favor

          • Ckochinsky0125

            Well seeing how sense phones had that problem to its not blur. Im not mad about anything just because you are ignorant and spouting off nonsense do a little research then talk.

          • Inkster09

            Read read read the post carefully then think analyse come up with a thought then comment. Just a suggestion

          • Anonymous
          • Anonymous
          • Anonymous
          • Inkster09

            And yes had Droid x with 591 apex by Fab on it. It was a nightmare phone before that.

          • Inkster09

            And my sis has my Droid x now with the official gb and it Doss exceptionally well. I’m just waiting for the bugs to show up.

          • DBK

            There are so many returns because people continue to brick their phones because they are too stupid or stubborn to learn how to root/unlock properly.

            Also, it’s painfully obvious you haven’t tried the new Blur. Trust me, if you did, you’d be singing a different tune.

          • Inkster09

            Well rooting a blur filled bloatware full phone is gonna be confusing to noobs and that what vzw wants they want consumers too scared to even try to root

          • DBK

            Not really. If you took the time to do a little research and followed the instructions to the letter, then it would be near impossible to brick the phone (unless you tried to).

            Hence my point. Those people are either to stubborn or too stupid to make that effort, and thus they brick their phones and then return them (read: commit warranty fraud).

          • Inkster09

            Ever read the other android forums my friend Iits an epidemic with help questions

          • Inkster09

            Do u know why thy are making mistakes when rooting or trying too?

          • DBK

            Because they think they know everything and try to do it without instructions or preparations.

          • Inkster09

            That’s true too u got me there ill admit

          • DBK

            If you make the effort there are places that give clear instructions. forums aren’t the only place to look.

          • Since when is it harder to root a phone running a different UI from Vanilla Android thats caused by that different UI?

          • Inkster09

            Since always if u didn’t have guys like koush cm and other you’d have a feature phone with android on it

          • Inkster09

            And I never ever said its harder to root a blur or sense or vzw phone

          • Inkster09

            Im saying novices are having crazy hard times trying to do wht thy. Do. My god everyone putting words into everyone’s else’s mouthes. STOP THE NADNSSS AND LISTEN unread of waiting your turn to show us and tell how much knowledge u have. Your all smart OK? Just listen or read the comments. Better.

          • Inkster09

            Omg it is really too hard to post on this site or my keyboard really does suck

          • DBK

            yeah that made no sense. it’s equally hard to root a phone, skin or no skin.

          • Inkster09

            Because your supposed to get what you pay for and deserve. Which means software Google put out for all phones and have. Carriers halt it because the new software just doesn’t work with their bloatware hence the lhold up and moved release dates. So withoutout vzw,s bloatware the phone would be released on time and working like it should. You as a vzw customer deserve gingerbread timely updates and not outdated devices for the price your paying. And tierd pricing on top of that? Vzw is just righteous.

          • Inkster09

            Vzw is NOT righteous I meant

    • Inkster09

      Droid 3 what a great phone its such a shame vzw sells it

    • Inkster09

      Hmmmm. Also wonder why fredricos lop rewrite is taking so long?

    • Inkster09

      OK OK blur sense touchwiz there all great there the best for android. They will take android to the next level I love all skinned phones.

    • Inkster09

      Like I said earlier it seems the novice ppl like the new blue blur. My sister and her friends, all noobs, looooove that color scheme. It looks like a wannabe gingerbread to me.

  • blah… motoblur+locked bootloader is always going to turn me off, no matter how good the hardware may be. It’s a shame but I don’t ever see myself buying another moto device unless they make some big changes.

  • Blargh White GUI elements.  Must… root… phone!

    • eddieonofre

      it has motoblur-> Must root phone!!

      • Yes!  That too! 🙂

      • Mr. Joe

        Cliche much babe?

  • Yes yes yes yes. I am so excited for this phone. The new blur looks sick.

    • Ckochinsky0125

      Agree and who knows maybe moto will make good with what they said about offering a solution to unlock the bootloader.

    • Ckochinsky0125

      Agree and who knows maybe moto will make good with what they said about offering a solution to unlock the bootloader.

    • Ckochinsky0125

      Agree and who knows maybe moto will make good with what they said about offering a solution to unlock the bootloader.

  • Anonymous

    You know, I would’ve ditched my TBolt if this came with stock Gingerbread. Oh well. The new Blur looks even more confusing than the current one!

  • IvankaHumpHew

    Will the cursor in Maps point backwards? 

  • Nkbsbl

    New Blur?!?! That’s about as exciting as hearing a new Legally Blonde movie will be coming out. I guess the rumors of Stock Android were just a huge cocktease.

    • Mr. Joe

      I like Legally Blonde!

      • Inkster09

        Lmao

    • Mr. Joe

      I like Legally Blonde!

    • Anonymous

      Don’t believe rumors you hear on the internets.

  • Celeras

    Lack of front facing camera and probable lack of LTE makes me wonder just WTH Motorola is thinking..

    • It has a ffc. 

      • Anonymous

        Indeed it does.

    • Anonymous

      It has a front facing camera.

  • Was really hoping the rumors were true and it would have Vanilla Android.  Oh well.

    Here’s hoping for a unlocked bootloader! (LOL)

    • Timmah

      Oh well.

    • Anonymous

      That wasn’t rumor… that was nothing but wishful thinking.

  • Dear God…

    • Its really nice this phone! I hope they make it GSM or global!

  • Pretty interesting stuff. Wonder if it’ll ever make its weigh onto my Droid X which is now running Ginger Bread, maybe when Ice Cream Sandwich is released.

    – Sherwinator
    http://www.androidvideoreview.net

  • Anonymous

    Thanx Kellex

    • Possible DROID Bionic Pictures below!

      • Anonymous

        Thanks Josue For the Tip..

        • TROOF

          these look like old bionic pics