Update: the Market comparison shown here turns out to be the new Google Market skin which, for some unknown reason, appeared on this device out of the box vs the original unboxed device.
While Verizon still has some of it’s bloatware installed, overall the Droid 3 from Motorola runs smoothly and efficiently. Bing has not been installed by default, and you can even remove some of the 3rd-party default apps. As for Motorola’s mini-Blur? It’s stable, easy to use, and snappy – which for basic Android users is going to be a big plus.
The Motorola Droid 3 is available from Verizon for $199 with a two year contract.