Motorola Droid X Price, Pictures, and Specifications
Another sleek and powerful Android phone was unleashed by our friends from Motorola, the successor of Motorola Droid, the Droid X. Droid X was released just after HTC EVO 4G and Apple iPhone 4 was released in the US.
Motorola Droid X has a 4.3-inch widescreen, 8-megapixel camera that shoots 720p HD video, and has more cool and awesome features that an Android phone can offer. Droid X will run at 1.0GHz, same with the EVO 4G. But it’s way more better than HTC because it has adopted OMAP processors by Texas Instruments rather than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon.
Droid X includes an HDMI output, potentially giving it the same multimedia capabilities as the Zune HD by Microsoft. Droid X has a whooping 8GB of onboard storage and a microSD expansion slot with a pre-installed 16GB card. That’s a total of 24GB available right out of the box! You can expand it for up to 40GB (if you upgrade your microSD to 32GB).
The Droid X will ship with Android 2.1 OS, but Motorola will update it to Android 2.2 by end of July, 2010. Just like Motorola’s previous Droid offerings, the X will by exclusive on Verizon. Starting July 15, Verizon will offer it for only $200 USD after a $100 rebate.
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Below are the Motorola Droid X pictures: