The Motorola Droid was once the flagship Android OS device, and though it has been surpassed by bigger and faster models, that’s to upgrades it’s still running the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. This smartphone is a slider, with a landscape-oriented QWERTY keyboard and large, high-resolution capacitive touchscreen with haptic feedback. It comes with a suite of applications that can wirelessly synchronize with this company’s services, including Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, and Maps, as well as Microsoft Exchange. It comes with a 16 GB memory card, GPS receiver, and a 5 MPx camera. Verizon Wireless is the exclusive U.S. provider of the Motorola Droid.