The Droid 3's been out for a month in China, but we're just now getting our obligatory look under the hood via an iFixit teardown. The big surprise is that Motorola's new handset is packing a SIM card.
SIM-less phones had put a damper on Verizon's international capabilities, so the inclusion of the card is good news if you're looking to use the phone globally. A lot of the specs were leaked last month, so we knew that it had an 8MP camera that records at 1080p, Micro-USB, mini-HDMI and a five-row "full" keyboard. It's also got a dual core 1Ghz processor, a 960x540-pixel Gorilla glass screen and a 1540mAh batter rated at nine hours. For the full rundown, head over to iFixit.