A couple of days ago we reported on the leaked activation screen of the Motorola A955, a.k.a. Droid 2. Today we have shots of the entire device as well as a full list of specs. The folks over at Droid Life received the photos that give us a tour around the device. The biggest changes are to the keyboard, where Motorola decided to get rid of the gold rectangular D-Pad and replace it with four directional buttons, giving more space for the keyboard which now looks more domed and usable. The bottom lip of the device is also covered in the new version. The alleged spec sheet is as follows:
While some may lament the fact that it has MOTOBLUR, the new version is said to be considerably less intrusive than that on the Backflip and similar devices. Still, it's somewhat disappointing that the device isn't running stock Android like the original DROID, meaning it will probably take longer for this device to receive Android OS updates. If Google follows through on plans to slow OS updates to once a year, however, this may not become such an issue. Either way, this Droid seems much-improved over the original, and we're sure that it will sell just as well as the first DROID. There's no solid release date information, but the rumor is that this phone, along with the Droid X (previously known as the Droid Xtreme) will be launching in Q3 this year. Below there is a video of the boot animation of the Droid 2, and you can hit the Droid Life link to see some more photos.
Via Droid Life