Droid X: Motorola’s latest flagship Android phone

Motorola Droid X is the successor of Motorola Droid, also known as the Motorola Milestone. Droid X is the latest Android phone from Motorola. It stands out from the rest of the android phones in the market today because of its huge touchscreen display.

It’s the phone with the largest touchscreen display in the world as of today. If someone will create a phone with a 4.5″ or 5.0″ touchscreen, Droid X will not stand out anymore. Droid X boast a 4.3-inch touchscreen display! As what I’ve said, it’s the largest in the whole galaxy! Or maybe, if aliens and life forms in other galaxies don’t exist, it’s the largest in the whole universe!

Droid X has a whooping 8GB of onboard storage and a microSD expansion slot with a pre-installed 16GB card. Droid X has an 8-megapixel camera that shoots 720p video.

This powerful beast runs at 1.0GHz. It’s powered by Texas Instruments’ OMAP processors. Droid X includes an HDMI output, potentially giving it the same multimedia capabilities as the Zune HD by Microsoft.

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  1. I officially simply cannot delay for this phone, just two days remaining and I just wish I can get my hands on one,. I have been recently reading a lot about the Android two.2 update that will come in August, just another purpose to be excited about this excellent phone. Motorola and Verizon claim they will certainly update the phone to Android 2.2 “late summer time.” It will certainly be an over-the-air update. But out-of-the box on its July 15 launch it will have Android 2.1.

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