DROID X receives 1.2GHz upgrade for its China debut

DROID X receives 1.2GHz upgrade for its China debut
Prepare to be jealous. The Motorola DROID X is coming to China, along with a software upgrade, bringing its speed from 1GHz to 1.2GHz. The upgrade appears to be software-only, so it's basically like overclocking your device.

If you've already overclocked your DROID X, you know that the Texas Instruments OMAP 3630 processor can handle it. We hope that this "official" overclocking might lead to a similar software upgrade for existing DROID X owners. We suspect, however, that Motorola would rather you buy one of their newer, more expensive devices.

The Chinese version of the DROID X will be billed as the ME811, and will also include a new adaptation of MotoBlur. Beyond those two new features, the ME811 looks identical to the DROID X. Enjoy, China!

source: Droid-Life via Electronista

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  • Camera 8 MP
  • Storage 6.656 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1540 mAh(8.00h talk time)



1. jodeci888

Posts: 79; Member since: May 14, 2009

This is a boooooshit !!!! Why the Chinese get the hot shitz, yo?

2. Duh unregistered

They needed the speed boost so that the Google voice recognition could keep up with how fast the Chinese talk.

3. therygy

Posts: 94; Member since: May 24, 2010

FINALLYYY some phone that we launched a long time ago is going to asia and just being launched their! im sick of getting japans crap that they think is old school by the time we get it.

4. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

The "new" Moto Blur is just more confirmation that what the Droid 2 and Droid X has is indeed Moto Blur, but looks nice as it has a clear widget.

5. joe478 unregistered

20% faster ISNT noticeable by much..plus 1.5 ghz compared to 1ghz is

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