Droid X

The Droid X is the smartphone manufactured by Motorola Mobility, Inc. that runs the Android 2.3 software. It was first released in July 2010 and distributed by Verizon Wireless in the United States and Iusacell in Mexico. A key component of the Droid X is its ability to deliver entertainment to consumers.

Droid X much-anticipated Android smartphone that is designed with advanced and many user friendly features. Some of its features include 4.3" touch screen, MOTOBLUR interface, advanced camera modes and Swype typing. For example, the 8 MP still camera have scene options like portrait, sunset, etc., and the HD camcorder had microphone modes such as narration, outdoors, etc. Also, the DLNA support allowed users to stream videos and photos wireless to their home network.

Specifications of Droid X:

Screen: LCD (Color TFT/TFD) Resolution: 480 x 854 pixels
4.3" diagonal with 848x480 displays
Colors supported: 16.7 million (24-bit)

Connectivity: WiFi hotspot for up to five devices. Offers support to GPS and Bluetooth

Camera: 8-megapixel camera, HDMI out

Dimensions: Standby:220 hours max. (9.2 days),1540 mAh LiIon, Removable

Operating system: Android version 2.1, and is upgradeable to 2.2

Processor:  1 GHz TI OMAP 3630 (ARM Cortex A8)

Memory:  8 GB internal storage, raw hardware plus 16 GB card included

Features of Droid X:

Droid X comes with many user friendly and useful features some of the important features include:

With HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) functionality when users connect the Droid X to an HDTV with an HDMI cable, users can view HD content from their phones on a big screen. The phone even includes DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) support that allows the users to stream HD content to other DLNA-capable devices.

Large Screen
Droid X comes with 4.3-inch screen that's larger than the iPhone 4's crystal-clear. With this large screen browsing, menu shopping, reading text etc. everything's easier.

Speedy, Multitouch Typing
Multitouch is quickly making regular old touchscreen phones a thing of the past. The response time is a lot quicker, and making it easier for the user to type on a virtual keyboard.

3 mics- for video
Droid X offers 3 mics for Recording video. One for the mouthpiece, one on the back to run a little noise-canceling interference and a third at the top of the phone for recording voice. All together, they can make a mean combo for video.

Dubbed Swype is the technology that allows users to place their finger on a letter, and without lifting that finger, drag it from one character to another. With the inclusion of such feature, Motorola is delivering a new way to type out messages in the Droid X. the Droid X also comes with a traditional virtual keyboard for those who want to be able to type the way they might have learned on the iPhone.

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