Motorola's likely next Android phone - the cleverly named MotoDroid - has been shown off in preview, and it's packing some pretty exciting specs.
It has a TI OMAP3430 processor, which is based on ARM architecture, and the preview says it's the fastest Android device yet - which would be a mean achievement seeing as Acer has just announced the Liquid with the 1GHz Snapdragon processor on board.
The keyboard looks a little bit pokey with the keys seeming to be a little close together, but there is a 5MP camera on the rear with a dual LED flash, making this an attractive proposition indeed.
Waiting for the new Android to come?
More excitingly is the phone is packing Android 2.0 - we don't know what this new firmware update will bring, but it's likely to be a big step forward. However given Android 1.6 has yet to be rolled out, there could be a bit of a wait for the Droid.
The preview is rather gushing about how good the phone is - we'll wait to get our hands on it to see whether it truly rivals the iPhone.
But it bodes well that it's being compared to - and bettering - the iPhone, as there's no reason why Google's Android can't be just as good. Word is the Big G had a real hand in putting this phone together, so you'd really have to hope it will be good.