Motorola DROID 3 vs Motorola DROID X2
0. phoneArena posted on 22 Jul 2011, 08:20
As usual, people are curious to find exactly which one is going to able to out-duel the other in being reckoned as the better one. Flaunting the same price tag of $199.99 on-contract, there is no doubt that a lot is at stake here – even more when they’re both quality products that are fighting for position at the top spot...
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1. snowgator posted on 22 Jul 2011, 08:56 1 0
It is pretty apparent P.A. is impressed with the Droid 3. I haven't had a chance to play with it yet, but I really liked the DX2. Does look like the D3 has it, from one former flagship over another former flagship device.
2. Slammer posted on 22 Jul 2011, 09:46 3 1
These are the kind of reviews that reinstate some of my confidence in informational forums such as PhoneArena.
Rather than pitting Apple against Android or Visa Versa, information like this article actually allows an individual to compare their choice product against the next iteration.
3. gallitoking posted on 22 Jul 2011, 11:06 1 3
who cares about comparing two brothers... they both Moto and Droids.... I want HTc vs Moto or vs Samsung not two Moto...
4. Immolate posted on 22 Jul 2011, 11:53 2 0
Good review. As a D3 owner, it's helpful to know that the camera is the phone's weak point. One hopes that it's a software issue and will be resolved through an OTA patch.
5. Thump3rDX17 posted on 22 Jul 2011, 12:31 0 0
i believe putting out the Droid X2 as it is was a mistake however it'll be a little more comparable to the Droid 3 when it gets the graphically intense interface the Droid 3 has when it gets Gingerbread.
6. Thump3rDX17 posted on 22 Jul 2011, 12:33 0 0
i actually just got both today to take advantage of the BOGO promotion they have going on but i'm not even going to open the X2. i'm gonna take it back within 15 days and get the Bionic when it comes out.
7. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 22 Jul 2011, 18:52 0 0
The Droid 3's screen is 4 inches, where the Droid X had a much bigger screen than the original droid. That isn't the case anymore at all, honestly both screens are very close. The processor is better on the Droid 3 and it has a very outstanding slide out keyboard that the Droid X2 lacks. It also is running 2.3.4 where the Droid X2 is stuck at 2.2.
So it's pretty obvious what phone is better here.
8. Multitask-FM (unregistered) posted on 20 Aug 2011, 07:29 0 0
actually i'm in need of a Android Smartphone with dual core processor, hdmi output, great resolution display and - very important - a keyboard.
The droid 3 is the only smartphone actually amiable that offers all these features, but i've got a problem, i'm living overseas in europe, so here's my question - very many people in german android board are asking the same question - would it be possible to buy a milestone 3 and import it to europe ?
I mean it's a global device so it should work with our 3g Networks with are using GPRS (HSPA & HSPA+ also) or not ?
And a much bigger question is: Does it have a simlock ?
I'm Vodafone user, is it possible to use a droid 3 with my Vodafone Germany Sim Card ?
Thanks for every helpful answer !
9. Anthony (unregistered) posted on 27 Aug 2011, 21:24 0 0
The droid 3 is better in every way except 2 the screen could be bigger and the volume is horribly low for a high end phone other then that perfect.
-proud owner of the droid 3 :)
10. Thump3rDX17 posted on 27 Aug 2011, 21:32 0 0
dude from one Droid 3 owner to another, root it and get the V6 SuperCharger kernel on that bitch. i haven't used the Task Manger since. it runs 95% smooth as butter 100% of the time. c:
11. geischen posted on 05 Sep 2011, 17:03 0 0
This review helped me to choose to upgrade to a Droid 3 from my Droid X (which is running Android 2.3.3). My daughter wanted a Droid 3 and Verizon offered a BOGO. I was not enthusiastic about spending $199, even for two phones. However, the rating of the screens, plus the extra features of the Droid 3, especially GSM, got me bite. I just hope Motorola puts out a fix for the lower camera image quality on the Droid 3.