Verizon increased its bid to generate buzz over its Motorola Android-powered 'Droid' this weekend by rolling out an ad that questions the usefulness of Apple's iPhone.

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iDon’t have a real keyboard. iDon’t run simultaneous apps. iDon’t take night shots. iDon’t allow open development,” reads copy posted on the iDroid website.

iDon’t customize. iDon’t run widgets. iDon’t have interchangeable batteries. Everything iDon’t, Droid does.

According to early reports, the Droid, which is powered by Verizon Wireless, will include a full QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel digital camera, Wi-Fi, an interchangeable battery, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, and a 854×480 touchscreen.

The Droid is reportedly a three-way effort between Verizon, Motorla, and Google.

TechCrunch's Michael Arrington called the Droid the real deal, saying that the device poses a different and more significant challenge to the iPhone than any other phone to date.

Watch the whole idroid commercial below: