Motorola Droid X gets real, shows up on Verizon Wireless

17 Jun

We all knew it was coming but no one could have guessed it was coming so soon. We are talking about the Droid X aka the Droid XTREME, the second generation of Motorola’s Droid series of Android phones (better known to us this side of the world as the Milestone). What’s surprising, however, is that Verizon has simply flashed it on its site rather than issuing a kick ass press release and telling the world what it is all about. The new iPhone, after all, goes on sale in a week and what could have been better than releasing a lean, mean, Android beast on a network that is better than the iPhone’s home in the US.

Verizon does not reveal anything about the Droid X that we don’t already know about. The phone will have a 4.3 inch display, 720p HD recording and HDMI out. What we don’t know at the moment is whether it will run Android 2.2 or Android 2.1. We have a hunch that this beast will run Android 2.2.

Hmm, seems like a good deal to us but it won’t be long before the Droid 2 is announced and that’s when we will take a call on which one to pick up.

No Responses to “Motorola Droid X gets real, shows up on Verizon Wireless”

  1. Thakur June 18, 2010 at 4:07 am #

    What are the differences between the GSM version than the CDMA version?

  2. Droid-Blog June 22, 2010 at 12:35 am #

    Wow this phone will be the best phone android will have.

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