Even better than that new name is the 1.2GHz dual-core processor expected under the hood, a nice bump from the 1GHz chipset on the original model. The screen stays the same 4.3 inches, but resolution is now improved to qHD and a boost in RAM to 768MB is possible. After the removal of the physical camera button, the rest of the DROID X-squared specs appear to be the same as those on the device that was Verizon's flagship model until the recent launch of the HTC ThunderBolt. And unfortunately, that means no LTE connectivity for the unit.
Still unknown at this point is which build of Android will be on board. Hopefully, we will see Gingerbread installed on the Motorola DROID X^2 by the time the device gets launched-which is also unknown at this time.