I also read somewhere that the review units don't have the final software on them too. But when it finally launches we'll see...
And looking at all the videos that's out it looks smooth to me too...
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I read the article. They did say it seemed slow. But, the only time they said it actually lagged, was when they unlocked the phone at the lock screen. My Droid does that but no big deal.
to be fair, the software they are running on the phones is not the final version as others have pointed out. Just gotta wait and see.weird how moto blur is getting blamed for choppiness but sense on the other hand was alleged to have caused smoothness... hmmm
Droid X isnt smooth especially on the homescreen. Swiping from one page to another look jagged and it has nothing to do with Engadget's interest in Apple products. Homescreens have never been the strongpoint in Android because with every phone I've seen that has had the stock Android launcher is a little choppy. The Droid X looks to be quick when entering an app but Google/Motorola needs to find a way to make the menus flow better. User shouldn't have to look for a homescreen alternative just to have the responsiveness that should have been in the origial launcher.
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