As far as the Motorola DROID X2 is concerned, it will be powered by a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor and will apparently be Verizon's first dual-core handset. It is not an LTE enabled phone which means that the honor of being the carrier's first 4G supported dual-core phone will go to the Motorola DROID Bionic.
The Motorola DROID X2 keeps the same sized 4.3 inch display and resolution has been increased to qHD (540 x 960). The RAM/ROM duo matches the original handset at 512MB/8GB and the camera remains at 8MP with video capture at 720p although the Tegra 2 allows for 1080p playback using HDMI at 26-30 fps. Wi-Fi now supports 802.11a as opposed to the 802.11b on the first-gen model. Android 2.2 is listed as the OS on the spec sheet although there is some hope that we could see Gingerbread on board out of the box.