Motorola Droid X – video review
Motorola Droid X is running with a Texas Instruments 1GHz OMAP 3630 CPU running on top of Android 2.1, though you can expect an update to Android 2.2 around Q4 of 2010. It has 8GB of built-in storage, plus it comes with a nice 16GB microSD card. If you buy a 32GB microSD card, you’re up to 40GB of space. The capacitive display is a traditional backlit LCD and is 4.3″ and WVGA+ resolution (that’s 854×480), which is the highest that Android can support currently. The Droid X has a ton of wireless radios and components: WiFi, CDMA with EVDO Rev A, Bluetooth, FM Radio, and GPS (assisted). For imaging, the rear camera (which has a dual LED flash) takes stills at 8MP and video at 720p. For video out, there is a microHDMI type D connector, and for syncing and charging, we have microUSB. The battery is 1500mAh, which is the same size of the EVO 4G.
Even as I like a bodily keyboard, after managing the Samsung Captivate for about quarter-hour, it is exhausting to go back. At this time I am debating whether to go to Verizon for the Droid X, move to Dash for the EVO, or stick with AT&T for the Captivate…choices, decisions.