Droid X spec sheet

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im hearing the 6.5 gb of internal storage is only for apps not sure how true this is
 

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this is just a copy and paste from the motorola site here: (we'll see how well it formats)
Probably nothing new..


Specs

3G

ANDROID™ PLATFORM
Android 2.1

CDMA
CDMA 800/1900, EVDO rev. A

TOUCH TABLET

CAMERA
MEGAPIXELS
8 MP
DIGITAL ZOOM
FLASH
Dual LED
FOCUS
Automatic
IMAGE EDITING TOOLS
Cropping, rotating, Geo Tagging

MUSIC ENABLED1
MUSIC PLAYER
Android Media Player
VIDEO CAPABLE
VIDEO CAPTURE
HD
PLAYABLE FORMATS
AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, WAV, eAAC+, WMA v10, MIDI, AAC+
STREAMING MEDIA
Audio, Video
VIDEO CAPTURE RATE
30 fps
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up to 480 min.
USAGE TIME (CONTINUOUS)2
BATTERY TYPE
1540 mAh Li Ion
STANDBY TIME3
up to 220 hrs.

EMAIL4
Corporate Sync, Google Mail, Push Email, WebKit
MULTIMEDIA MESSAGING (MMS)4
PREDICTIVE TEXT
Swype
TEXT MESSAGING (SMS)4
IMAGE FILE FORMATS
BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG
VOICE MAIL4
Standard voice mail, Verizon Visual Voice Mail™ (capable)
VOICE TO TEXT

BLUETOOTH® TECHNOLOGY5
Stereo Bluetooth Class 1.5, Version 2.1 + EDR (support profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PBAP)
WEB BROWSER
Android HTML Webkit
SYNCHRONIZATION
Support for Corporate calendar, email and contacts (Exchange 2003 and 2007), Google contacts, calendar and Gmail™ contacts
WIFI
802.11 n
3G MOBILE HOTSPOT1
Be a mobile hot spot for up to 5 other devices
DATA ACCESS6
Yes
CONNECTOR TYPE
Micro USB, HDMI® Micro Connector cable
DATA TRANSMISSION RATE6
USB 2.0 (High Speed)
DLNA (DIGITAL LIVING NETWORK ALLIANCE)
Share content wirelessly with other DLNA equipped devices
GPS AND LOCATION SERVICES1
aGPS (assisted), sGPS (simultaneous), Google Maps™, Google Maps™ Navigation (BETA), Google Latitude™, Google Maps Street View, eCompass
HEADSET JACK
3.5 mm
WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK (WLAN)
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WEB ACCESS
GAMES
Need for Speed™ Shift
ANDROID MARKET™

HEARING AID COMPATIBLE
Rated for M3, T3; TalkBack, KickBack and SoundBack menu readout
TEXT TELEPHONE (TTY) COMPATIBILITY

SPEAKERPHONE
CALLER ID4
On main display, Picture ID, Ringer ID
ADVANCED SPEECH RECOGNITION
AUTOMATIC REDIAL
CALL WAITING
CONFERENCE CALLING4
Group call
EMERGENCY DIAL
MUTE CALL
NOISE REDUCTION
Dual microphone noise reduction
PHONE BOOK7
Unified contact list (Gmail™, Exchange)
SPEED DIAL
Direct dial shortcut, direct message shortcut
VIBRACALL
VOICE DIALING
WAIT AND PAUSE DIALING
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VERIZON WIRELESS
Back Up Assistant, Verizon Media Manager, My Verizon, Visual Voice Mail

GMAIL™
GOOGLE CALENDAR™
GOOGLE CONTACT SYNC™
GOOGLE LATITUDE™
GOOGLE MAPS STREET VIEW
GOOGLE MAPS™
GOOGLE MAPS™ NAVIGATION BETA
GOOGLE QUICK SEARCH BOX™
GOOGLE TALK™
GOOGLE™ SEARCH BY VOICE
YOUTUBE™

OPERATING SYSTEM
Android 2.1
BACKLIGHT
Yes
CUSTOM NAVIGATION
Multiple, customizable home screens (nine)
DEDICATED KEYS
Volume control, Camera, Back, Search, Menu, Power/Lock, Home
HAPTIC FEEDBACK
KEYPAD LOCK
LIGHT-RESPONSIVE DISPLAY
PINCH TO ZOOM
TOUCH SCREEN
VIRTUAL KEYBOARD
VOICE COMMANDS
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RINGTONE FORMATS
AAC, AAC+, eAAC, eAAC+, MP3, OGG
RINGTONES4
Preloaded and downloadable
WALLPAPERS4
Preloaded and downloadable

DISPLAY TYPE
TFT
DISPLAY SIZE
4.3-in.; WVGA (480 x 854)
WEIGHT
155 grams
SIZE (H X W X D)
65.5 x 127.5 x 9.9 mm
ANTENNA TYPE
Internal
FORM FACTOR
Touch Tablet

CALCULATOR
CALENDAR
Calendar, Corporate (Exchange) calendar
CLOCK
Alarm clock
FLIGHT MODE

MEMORY8
up 8 GB on board, 16 GB microSD pre-installed
NETWORKS4
CDMA 1X 800/1900, EVDO rev. A
ACCELEROMETER
Yes
REMOVABLE MEMORY9
supports up to 32 GB microSD
SENSORS
Proximity, ambient light and eCompass
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and a comparison between the droid and droid x (again, likely nothing new here): here
 

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Aaww, it comes with Need for Speed Shift....I didnt like the demo I played on the 360..

But I'll take if u give it to me...lol 2 things that will have me sell my Droid to recoup the funds for buying this if I keep it:

up to 480 min.
USAGE TIME (CONTINUOUS)2
BATTERY TYPE
1540 mAh Li Ion
STANDBY TIME3
up to 220 hrs.

and

Supposedly reception equal or better than the E815 cuz of Diversity Antennas.

I think the E815 and the Star Tac, which I never used, probably has the best reception of any dumb phone created.
 
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I'm a little disappointed that it is the OMAP 3630 processor (720ghz) pushed to 1ghz rather than the 3640 running at stock 1ghz.

I wonder how much (if any) more overclocking capabilities the chip has?
 
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So when the spec sheet says "predictive text," is that referring to T9 (virtual upright keypad maybe?) or to Swype?
 

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Predictive text as in it tries to predict the word you are typing with both the multitouch keyboard and the swype keyboard. Standard with Android phones.
 

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Predictive text as in it tries to predict the word you are typing with both the multitouch keyboard and the swype keyboard. Standard with Android phones.
Thanks, but I apologize for my ignorance because I'm not 100% sure what this means... I've seen on the HTC Incredible that a texting option is using a standard keypad with prediction (Word or T9 on other phones). I have too fat of thumbs to enjoy using a QWERTY keyboard so just curious if my preference of texting will be available on the DX. Cheers!
 
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Predictive text as in it tries to predict the word you are typing with both the multitouch keyboard and the swype keyboard. Standard with Android phones.
Thanks, but I apologize for my ignorance because I'm not 100% sure what this means... I've seen on the HTC Incredible that a texting option is using a standard keypad with prediction (Word or T9 on other phones). I have too fat of thumbs to enjoy using a QWERTY keyboard so just curious if my preference of texting will be available on the DX. Cheers!


The bigger screen should allow you to hit the right keys. Even in portrait mode. I don't have small fingers or thumbs by any means and I can type just fine on the Droids 3.7" screen. Will be even better on the X's 4.3".

Multitouch keyboard allows you to hold the caps and type a letter at the same time instead of hitting the cap lock and then typing.

Swype is an app that basically allows you to slide your finger along the keyboard to spell out words. Sounds quirky but it is really easy to use.
 

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Oh I want it.
I may have to upgrade
One of our secondary lines and switch to my line then sell my droid.
Its tempting.
Sherry
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im hearing the 6.5 gb of internal storage is only for apps not sure how true this is

This does appear to be the case. Unlike the Incredible, which would create 3 USB drives when connected to a computer, one for 8 gig of internal storage and one for the SD card, the DX only creates one. 6.5 gig is an awful lot of space for app storage. I don't think I'll ever come close to filling that, but I was hoping to move some of my music to internal storage and use the space on the SD card for movies and for video capture.

Now I either need to have less of my music with me, or get a 32 gig card.

Alan
 
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