The video above comes via the writers at Phonepads, who somehow got their hands on a trio of official-looking Motorola Droid 3 demonstration videos. The videos give a pretty in-depth look at the phone's exterior and interface, all of which are apparently subject to change in the final product.
According to the videos, the Droid 3 will feature a microUSB port, HDMI port, and 1080p-ready 8-megapixel camera. There is, however, no mention of the phone's hardware specifications, though it is clear that the Droid 3 doesn't stray too far away from the form factor of its predecessors, slide out keyboard and all. There is also no mention of what version of Android the phone will run, though most indications point to the phone running Android 2.2 like the Droid X2.
In all, the appearance of the three videos is kind of a strange coincidence in light of Apples WWDC this week. With Apple planning to announce the future of iOS, is Motorola afraid of being left out?