Verizon has quietly added the Droid 3 to its catalog of smartphones, with the device now up for pre-order.
The phone will cost $200 with two-year contract.
Under the hood, the Droid 3 runs on a dual-core 1GHz processor, and Android 2.3 with Flash 10.3.
The Droid should be very popular among users requiring a full QWERTY keypad, and Motorola is boasting that the Droid 3 has "the word's thinnest full QWERTY."
Furthermore, the Droid 3 has a 4-inch 960x540 display, an 8MP full HD standard camera and VGA front-side camera, no LTE, and can be used globally as its a CDMA/GSM dual-phone.
Finally, the device has 16GB internal memory and can be expanded with a microSD.