In the six months that it has been on the market, the Motorola DROID X continued Android's big push in saturating the market with its larger than life aura – and was undoubtedly one of the high profiled handsets launched this past summer.
When you've got such a popular smartphone like that, there is no arguing that it would eventually be graced with some sort of successor. With that in mind, we're hearing more about the next version of the Motorola DROID X from an unconfirmed report that sheds light on its specs.
Obviously, a popular handset like this will see its specs upgraded with the times to keep it on par with the rush of competition that will no doubt bring the heat. Based on an unconfirmed report, the next iteration of the Motorola DROID X is given the codename of “Daytona,” and will sport a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor. Furthermore, we'll see its already high-resolution display be pushed to new boundaries with its 4.3” size and resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. Aside from those two substantial standouts, it's going to feature other niceties like an 8-megapixel camera, 720p video recording, DLNA support, HDMI out port, microSD card slot, and will run Android 2.2 Froyo.
So far it's looking like a normal successive handset, but there is no other information regarding a release date or pricing. Additionally, it would be ever so nice to see a respectable handset like this get the Gingerbread treatment – especially when it's currently out and available.