Motorola Droid X Gets Official on Verizon Website
The successor to Motorola's wildly successful Droid is soon to be coming to a Verizon store near you. Rumors about the Droid X have been floating around for a while, but finally we have conclusive data to show us that Motorola can still crank out super high-end devices.
Motorola seems to have followed the latest trend in the industry by adopting a large 4.3 inch capacitive screen with the same 854 x 480 resolution as the current Droid. It may not be a retina display but it will still look damn good. It seems the Droid X is Verizon's answer to Sprint's Popular Evo 4G. The Droid X is slightly taller and wider than the Evo, but both dwarf the Droid Incredible, which is the current EVO competitor.
720p video captured from the 8MP camera on the Droid X can also be played back on an external monitor, thanks to the inclusion of a HDMI port.
In terms of software, Droid X will come pre-loaded with Android 2.1 and a new version of Motoblur, unlike the original Droid which came with a stock Android operating system. Let's just hope Motoblur doesn't increase the time we will have to wait for a Froyo update.
No release date has been announced, but the latest reports indicate that it may be just around the corner.