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More DROID X 2 pics available, scheduled for Q2 Verizon release

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More DROID X 2 pics available, scheduled for Q2 Verizon release
More pics of the upcoming successor of the Motorola DROID X are available, as well as some conflicting reports about its specs.

Three days ago we told you about the existence of the so-called Motorola DROID X 2 "Daytona", as well as some of its rumoured specifications, including the 4.3-inch screen with qHD resolution (540 x 960), the 1GHz dual-core Tegra processor and the 8MP camera.

Now, however, a tipster has told Engadget that this DROID X 2, a.k.a. DROID X "squared", is little more than a refreshed DROID X - it's claimed this handset will pack the same 4.3-inch screen with WVGA resolution, 1.2GHz single-core processor and 768MB of RAM.

Both sources say the same thing, though - it's set to grace the Verizon shelves in Q2 of 2011 and it won't support LTE.

source: The Mobi Zone (cached) and Engadget
More DROID X 2 pics available, scheduled for Q2 Verizon release


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posted on 16 Feb 2011, 09:55

1. icepikk (Posts: 32; Member since: 13 Feb 2011)


Well that sounds like a waste of production time and money..

posted on 16 Feb 2011, 09:59

2. msa1988 (Posts: 417; Member since: 30 Mar 2010)


How is this different from the first generadion Droid X?

posted on 16 Feb 2011, 10:02

3. clevername (Posts: 1431; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)


First the droid 2 "update" which barely was. Now this. If it is just a simple refresh it's a sign of moto getting lazy.

posted on 16 Feb 2011, 10:16

4. davidpquesada (Posts: 2; Member since: 10 Jan 2011)


Pricing move, X2 would go for $150 or $200, while the Bionic goes for $200 or $250.

posted on 16 Feb 2011, 10:38

5. roldefol (Posts: 3183; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)


I suppose they'd save on production costs by keeping the same packaging and display, but calling this the X2 or X^2 is deceptive at best. If anything, it looks like they're just dropping in the 1.2 Ghz processor from the D2 Global. At least the Droid 2 significantly upgraded the processor and memory over the Droid. This is nothing more than a midlife refresh.

posted on 16 Feb 2011, 10:52 1

6. Phullofphil (Posts: 801; Member since: 10 Feb 2009)


no me, not ever, no way. next phone will be duel core!!!!!!!!

posted on 16 Feb 2011, 22:14 1

7. mr. droid (Posts: 278; Member since: 21 Aug 2010)


wow. its a droid x with.. nothing new. whats the point motorola??

posted on 17 Feb 2011, 10:13

8. The Captain (unregistered)


Same as the Droid 2 refresh...here's your 1.2 processor versus your 1 Gig processor. I'm sure it will have other "little" additions and updates. Of course, none of the info out yet is solid, so I wouldn't soil my shorts on this one.

posted on 17 Feb 2011, 10:50

9. argumentative (unregistered)


This is deffinitely not the droid x 2, or atleast the specs are wrong, I work for a retailer and a loose lipped employee of alcatel lucent described testing a droid x 2 with a dual core processor and LTE...if these listed specs are true this phone might beat the kins for fastest cycle out of rotation

posted on 17 Feb 2011, 13:30

10. roldefol (Posts: 3183; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)


I think there's still confusion out there between the Droid X2 and the Bionic. The specs that keep getting quoted (4.3" screen, Tegra 2, LTE) match the Bionic. Maybe Motorola will refresh the X with extra memory and the faster processor, but it is NOT a new phone. Sounds like a Droid X+ to me.

posted on 17 Feb 2011, 16:52

11. hectoer camacho (unregistered)


actually it is the same phone verizon and retailers ran out of 8g internal memories and now are putting out 2g internal memories in the new version

posted on 19 Feb 2011, 20:34 1

12. jherz6 (Posts: 215; Member since: 23 May 2008)


The Droid x 2 not 4g yawn. Can you say Bionic.

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