Verizon’s Motorola Droid X Features, Specs, Price and Release Date

Written By Sam on 25 June 2010
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Motorola and Verizon have joined together to launch the next Android phone the Droid X. Droid X has 4.3 inch screen with 854×480 resolution and powered by TI OMAP3630 processor running at 1GHz. Others specs include HDMI out, an 8MP camera with dual LED flash and 720P video capture. The storage onboard is 8GB and this can be extended up to 32GB. Motorola Droid X comes with an integrated mobile hotspot which is capable to extend support to 5 devices connected over Wi-Fi and other features include DLNA support, multitouch keyboard and Swype built in. Droid X offers high speed browsing, access to Android Market which has 65,000 application including Verizon Wireless applications like NFL mobile, Skype mobile, V CAST video, EA Need for Speed Shift and more. Through VCAST video users can view their favorite TV shows and the Droid X video features allows the user have a good experience taking photos and viewing their latest movies.

Android 2.2 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 will be provided to Droid X customers in the later half of the summer. Post the update of Flash Players users can access various sites with rich applications, games, rich Internet application (RIAs), visualizations, ecommerce, music, video, audio and much more.

Motorola Droid X Features

  • 4.3″ Multi-Touch Display With 848×480 resolution
  • 1GHz OMAP Processor
  • included, expandable to 32GB
  • 8MP Camera With HD 720p video recording
  • 8GB internal memory and 16GB SD card
  • in-built Adobe Flash 10.1
  • HDMI output
  • 3 microphones (one noise-canceling), GPS, Bluetooth
  • Ships with Android 2.1 and new version of MotoBlur

Motorola Droid X will be launched on July 15th for $199.99 on contract after rebate, and mobile hotspot service will run $20 extra a month with a 2GB cap and 5 cent per MB overage.

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