Motorola Droid X Android Phone Launched
Motorola Droid X
Motorola has launched its Droid X Android phone that will come on Verizon network. This was announced officially in a ceremony in the presence of senior officials of Motorola, Google, Verizon and Adobe.
This is expected to hurt Apple as it didn’t allow Adobe Flash on its iPhones in the past.
Motorola Droid X is often compared with the HTC Evo 4G. However, The Droid X is larger in size and is powered by a 1 GHz TI OMAP processor. The phone will run Android 2.1 OS and carry many features like 8MP camera, DLNA technology, 8GB of on board memory, expandable memory of 32GB using microSD card, HD video recording, dual LED flash and new Swype text input method.
Apart from that, the Droid X is also laden with many regular features like Google search by voice, Google Maps with Street View, Google Latitude, a YouTube widget, Gmail and Google Calendar. The Android device is expected to get Android 2.2 OS in the form of an OTA update in a few days.
However, this smartphone is meant for the US users only and can be bought for $199 after a $100 rebate after July 15. There are certain offers too from Verizon that can entice a customer.