The Motorola DROID X has gotten its full presser in NYC by the CEOs of Adobe, Google, Verizon, and Motorola. First off, the DROID X allows you to stream Blockbuster video, and uses V CAST video, NFL Mobile, Skype Mobile, and a Back-Up Assistant, all on Verizon. But what does the DROID X offer against the competition?
- Mainly a 4.3 inch screen with 854 x 480 pixels
- Android 2.1 Eclair (the 2.2 update comes late summer), with a toned down version of MOTOBLUR
- HD 720p video recording on a 8 megapixel camera
- a 1GHz TI OMAP 4630 processor
- 8GB of internal memoryand 16GB memory card (expandable up to 32GB)
- Wi-Fi Hotspot service much like the EVO, but only supporting up to 5 devices and a 2GB data cap
- Will have Flash 10.1 support (with the coming 2.2 update)
- A multitouch keyboard that comes pre-installed with Swype
- 3 antennas for noise cancelling
- A 1500 mAh battery (that has the same outstanding batter of the original DROID 1)
Does this sound tantalizing to you? It does to the press and everyone else at the event. PR after the more link.
And the DROID X is priced at $199 on a 2-year contract for Verizon Wireless and launches on July 15th, with a 1930 mAh battery that will launch in the coming months and will add 1mm of thickness to the Droid X. Nice stuff.
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