It seems that the reported Droid 2 World Edition that may replace the original Droid 2 in Verizon Wireless’s lineup may get not only a SIM card slot and world phone status, but the new World Edition will also get a zippier 1.2 GHz Texas Instruments processor. It seems that Motorola and Texas Instruments has upped the TI OMAP3620 CPU up to 1.2 GHz from 1 GHz on the Droid X and the Droid 2. Reports of the 1.2 GHz processing power was revealed in some leaked benchmarks of the new device. Also, it seems that the World Edition handset will also get a white casing, though it’s unclear if the device will also be released in a darker shade in addition to white or if if Motorola will release it exclusively in white.
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