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Droid X2 Review

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 Droid X2 Review
With the Droid X2, Motorola has come up with an update to the original Droid X, another Android smartphone for the Verizon network. The changes are mostly internal, most notably with the use of a better qHD display -the best resolution for Android phones today- and an NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC that powers the handset. Because of those changes, the performance and gaming capabilities have much improved from the Droid X days. However, the competitive landscape has also changed quite a bit since, so how is it like to use the Droid X2 in the real world, and how does it do relative to other powerful smartphones? In this Droid X2 Review, I’ll try to answer those questions.
Technical Highlights
Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS with Motorola Application Platform
4.3” qHD touch screen (960 x 540) display
Battery: 1540 mAH Li–Ion
Nvidia Tegra2 Dual Core 1Ghz processor
8GB Internal memory for emails, texts, and apps
8GB pre–installed microSD card for music, videos, and pictures (expandable to 32GB)
8.0 megapixel
WIFI, Bluetooth
Dimensions: 2.58(w) x 5.02(h) x .39(d) inches
Weight: 5.47oz (155g)
Full specifications at Motorola.com

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