Droid X

Droid X

About Droid X

The Motorola Droid X is a smartphone manufactured by Motorola Mobility, Inc. that runs the Android 2.3 software. A version of the hardware was also released in Mexico, and is called the Motorola Motoroi X. The Droid X has been distributed since July, 2010 by Verizon Wireless in the United States and Iusacell in Mexico. According to reports, the planned end of life for the Droid X, along with a related device, the Droid Incredible, was scheduled for March 31, but was not taken off Verizon's website; which means they intend to keep selling the phone. On May 19, 2011, Motorola released the Droid X2, an upgraded version that runs on the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor. The Droid X features a 1.0 GHz TI OMAP3630-1000 SoC, a 4.3_in (110_mm) FWVGA (854 x 480) TFT LCD display, 8 GB of internal flash memory and a 16 GB microSDHC card, and is compatible with microSDHC cards up to 32 GB.

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