The user guide for the Droid 2 smartphone from Motorola that is soon expected to arrive via Verizon’s network, has been leaked on to the Internet. The manual points to the presence of version 2.2 of the Android OS in the phone during the time of its launch.
The leaked pages of the user guide show the Droid 2 to feature the search bar that is part of the Android 2.2 OS. While this adds fuel to earlier rumors of the device shipping with the latest version of Android preloaded in it, other images in the user guide point to Motorola’s own MotoBlur user interface being partnered with the Froyo OS. The MotoBlur user interface was also present on Motorola’s other high-end smartphone, the Droid X.
Instructions for using the Swype text-input feature are also given in the guide, which can be used courtesy of the multitouch feature of Droid 2’s screen. Aside from this, the user guide gives the usual details such as the layout of buttons and features of the phone.
The Droid 2 has been rumored to become available for sale from August 23, though other rumors have also placed the ship date closer to August 12. Either way, the user guide which is available for download here thanks to DroidLife, should give a good preview of the device and its features.
Check out more pictures of the user guide below:
Source: Droid Life
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Posted August 25th, 2010 in News by Michael