Motorola has created a powerful, large smartphone with the newly announced Droid X, making the most of the Android operating system on a 4.4-inch screen with a 1GHz processor.
The display supports multitouch interaction and it boasts a high native resolution of 854x480, which can also be referred to as FWVGA. The 1GHz processor, coupled with the eight megapixel camera, can shoot high definition video clips and you can store these on the 8GB of internal space.
Motorola has used Android 2.1 rather than the newer 2.2 variant of the platform for the Droid X, although an update is inevitable, according to Engadget.
The MotoBlur interface has been modified in making its way to the Droid X, which apparently means the youth-oriented feel has been toned down to fit in with the serious nature of this high end smartphone.
Motorola has thus far kept quiet about the price point and release date for the Droid X, but expect it to be relatively pricey and to arrive on the market relatively soon.
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