Motorola announces Droid X2 4.3 inch dual-core smartphone
18 May 2011 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Motorola today announced the DROID X2 Android smartphone with dual-core processor
Motorola joins the dual-core market are releasing the successor to the popular Droid X from last year. The most noticable improvements over the original Droid X is the increased display resolution and a dual-core processor. The Droid X2 will get the same 4.3 inch display size, but the resolution increases from 480x854 to 540x960 pixels. A combination of such large 4.3 screen and high resolution is something only a handfull of other phones can offer. For example the Motorola Bionic or HTC Sensation. The drawback in having such a large display is of course increased power consumption and added weight. Motorola Droid X2 is 155 gram heavy and has 220 hours standby time.
Motorola Droid X2 highlights
The Motorola Droid X2 will be available on Verizon on later this week
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Great Stuff from Moto. This would probably be my choice if I was stateside.
last i liked motorola defy and then i think this device has of of juice to tempt me.......