While the Motorola DROID X2 will not support 4G, it will be the first Verizon handset to offer a dual-core processor. Combined with the popularity and flagship status of the original DROID X, we would expect to see some pretty good demand for the phone when launched. Will you Verizon customers be picking up the Motorola DROID X2 on launch day, or will you be holding out for the DROID Bionic, or maybe even the Verizon Function? The latter, as we reported earlier Monday, appears to be the name for Big Red's version of the Samsung Galaxy S II.
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A link to the User Guide of the Motorola DROID X2 can be found on Motorola's support page for the phone