Motorola Droid Madness
The Motorola Droid, after a , is making for its sleek design -- its 3.7-inch, 854-by-480 pixel display dwarfs the iPhone's 3.5-inch, 480-by-320 pixel offering -- as well as for its standout features such as built-in turn-by-turn navigation and full multitasking support. And, thanks to its new operating system, the phone packs a host of other options the rest of the won't see for some time.
(For a full look at some of the Droid's most noteworthy assets, see ".")
Already, analysts are calling for the Droid to and from some less-than-stellar years. And, of course, the inevitable are cropping up .
Sorry to disappoint, but we won't be using the phrase here today, other than to suggest that anyone who calls anything a "something-killer" should be bludgeoned with a giant Styrofoam mallet. (The same applies to anyone who commits one of these , be it on an iPhone, a Droid, or a .)