Motorola Droid X

The Motorola DROID X is powered by a 1GHz processor, and Android 2.1. It comes equipped with a 4.3 inch touch screen, 8 megapixel camera, HD video capture, HDMI output, and DLNA support.

Alternate Names: 
Motorola DROID Shadow, Motorola DROID Xtreme MB810, Motorola Milestone X
Carriers: 
Verison, Allte as Motorola Milestone X
Device Type: 
Smartphone
Weight: 
5.7 ounces
Dimensions: 
5.02 x 2.58 x 0.39 inches
Processor: 
Single core, TI OMAP3630-1000 (1000 MHz)
GPS: 
Yes
GPU: 
PowerVR SGX530
USB: 
microUSB (2.0)
Bluetooth: 
Yes
OS Version: 
Android (2.1, 2.3)
Wi-Fi: 
802.11 b,g, n
Internal Memory: 
6.5 GB storage, 512 MB RAM
Website Reviews: 

"The Motorola Droid X makes another fine addition to Verizon's Android family, bringing with it a rich multimedia experience and more connectivity features."

CNET, July 2010

"he Droid X becomes a much less magical phone than the Droid was. It's good, and it's a pretty enjoyable execution of Android 2.1, but it's not a must-have phone -- especially in light of the Droid Incredible and the upcoming Droid 2. From a hardware perspective, this phone is pretty much a bang-on execution of what a high-end mobile powerhouse should be, but Motorola clearly still has work to do in order to play in the same software league as HTC does with Sense. If it can get there -- or heck, if it can just offer this phone with stock Froyo -- you've got perhaps the best Android phone ever made."

Engadget, July 2010

" The Droid X is the latest biggest and best Android smartphone. Its 4.3-inch touchscreen shines, Motorola's on-screen customizations don't overpower the experience (or get in the way like Motoblur), the camera is above-average, Verizon's network is still arguably the best, and so on and so forth."

Android Central, July 2010

"We enjoyed our time with the Motorola DROID X, and feel it is a well-balanced, powerful addition to Verizon Wireless’ Android lineup. We would have liked the device to have a better camera, a front facing camera, and perhaps some sort of optical tracking device for easier text correction, but all things considered…we really like this device. If you are or plan on being a Verizon Wireless customer, and love Android — or maybe are just Android curious — you definitely have to take a good, long look at the DROID X."

BGR, July 2010

Display Resolution: 
854 x 480 pixels
Display Size: 
4.3 inches
Display Type: 
TFT capacitive touchscreen
Display Colors: 
16Million
Battery Type: 
Li-Po (1540 mAh)
Battery Life: 
8 hours
Battery Standby: 
220 hours
Rear Camera Megapixels: 
8MP
Video: 
Yes
HD Video: 
Yes
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