October 8, 2010 | by Lars Aronsson
The upcoming Droid 2 Global made a brief appearance on Motorola’s website last night before the page got pulled, and if the listed specs are to be believed, the device will pack a processor with the highest clock frequency for an Android to date: 1.2 GHz. It has been speculated by industry insiders that the Droid 2 Global in fact will be another version of the BlackBerry-esque Motorola Droid Pro. Some of the specs on the temporary product page endorse that theory, such as a 3.1-inch display with a 320×480 resolution.
Still, it’s much more likely that the Motorola Droid 2 Global indeed is a world edition of the Droid 2. According to the page, the device will feature a 5MP camera with auto-focus and dual-LED flash, a redesigned QWERTY and 8GB of internal storage. Swype will come preinstalled and the handset will feature a 1420 mAh battery.
Extracted from the product page:
The Droid 2 Global is the latest work/play phone powered by Android 2.2. A 1.2 GHz processor and Quad Band capabilities allow calls to over 200 countries, and texting on a redesigned QWERTY keyboard. Business ready security lets you cross the globe with confidence and speed.
Click on the right thumbnail below to see a screen shot of the now pulled spec sheet.