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Motorola Droid X First Look - Hands On!

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by danDroid, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. danDroid
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    First look and hands on of the Motorola Droid X from Engadget.

    Specs:
    • 4.4 Inch FWVGA Screen
    • 854x480 Resolution
    • Mirrored Trim Around The Screen
    • Android 2.1 with New Type Of Skin
    • Multi-Touch Keyboard
    • 8MP Camera
    • Records 720p Video
    • Tap To Focus
    • 4 Physical Buttons On The Bottom
    • Light-weight
    • 1GHz ARM v7 Processor
    • 8GB Storage Space Included

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    Looking at this phone in her hands, I think I can handle it. I tried the HTC HD2 at T mobile a few week ago...it wasnt bad.

    Next week cant get here soon enough....lol
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    I believe someone said there isn't a slot to add storage. If it comes with 8GB internal and no slot to add more, is that plenty for 95% of the population?
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    Wonder if that's the hardware issue causing the purported delay in releasing the phone? It needs a SD card for some apps similar to the situation with the Incredible. VZW had to include an SD card on release.
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    The new phones with the 4.3 and larger screens are just way to big!!!! Might as well just carry a laptop! I'll stick with my Incredible!
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    In your opinion they are, To me that's a good size :D
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    Yes I am stating my opinion! I have seen the Evo up close and it is definately not pocket friendly.
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    now the age old question of battery life...
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    I can't wait to pick one up. I want a huge screen and the X's 4.4" screen is one of the only reasons I am trading in my Droid. If your a manly man, a phone's screen size shouldn't slow you down! :biggrin: Even at 5", I carry things that are much bigger and much much heavier on my belt every single day.