Motorola Droid Website Accidentally Goes Live, Shuts Down Just As Quickly

Droid does replaceable batteries, Droid does open source, Droid also apparently does marketing mishaps. A Motorola employee accidentally launched the official Motorola Droid webpage before quickly taking it down. While the site is now dormant we have a screenshot and a bunch of the specs thanks to the mistake.

The Droid features a 3.7 inch display with 480 x 854 pixels of resolution and a 5MP autofocus camera with 4x digital zoom and dual LED flash.

The Droid also gets 385 minutes of talk time and 270 hours of standby time via the included 1400mAh battery, while also zooming along at 550MHz processor speeds with 3G EVDO Rev. A connectivity. WiFi users also have that luxury while Bluetooth is also featured.

The Motorola Droid also includes a built-in GPS receiver, microUSB port and 16GB storage capabilities through the phones microSDHC card slot.

The site didn’t show a release date or give us any pricing, but that information should be just around the horizon. [SlashGear]