Motorola Droid announced for the States

So its specs may have been leaked by its own manufacturer late last week, but the Motorola Droid has now been given its official outing in the States.

The full QWERTY Droid is the second Android handset from Motorola, and is set to start selling over the pond on 6 November, as expected.

Boasting a 3.7-inch touchscreen with sliding keypad, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, video capture at 24fps, a pre-installed 16GB memory card and Wifi, 3G and Bluetooth connectivity, the phone certainly holds its own in the specs states.

It is also the first device to feature the Google Maps Navigation, a turn-by-turn voice navigation service that basically turns your phone in to a sat nav for free, packing voice recognition, live traffic updates and Street View to get you where you need to go.

The Droid will also run the brand spanking Android 2.0 OS as well, and have a number of pre-installed apps including Facebook and Google Talk.

Paired with the DEXT, the Droid certainly shows a strong comeback from Motorola to say the least. We're waiting for any news on a UK launch of the Droid, and we will of course keep you updated.

Until then, be sure to have a look at what we thought to the DEXT in our hands on video and full review.