We already knew what to expect from the Droid X through rumors, and today’s official announcement told us a lot of what we already know – 1Ghz OMAP processor, 8-megapixel camera, HD 720p video recording, and that 4.3-inch multitouch display. The video shows how the device shines, going through all it’s major features with some unneeded commentary, such as:
Friends will stare in awe as your High Definition masterpieces shine like the sun on virtually any HDTV.
Now that the video is live, there’s a very good chance that other ads will start flooding your TV soon. Motorola’s Droid X push could very well exceed the hard marketing campaign that we saw with the original Droid, and for good reason. Although it’s not much of a leap from the Droid Incredible, the X (and the upcoming Droid 2) absolutely demolish Verizon’s first Android phone. Smartphones have come a long way in such a short time – Motorola’s first Verizon Android phone is less than a year old, but has become pretty much obsolete since it launched last year.
With a handful of the best smartphones today now sporting 1GHz processors, having a phone that’s not even a year old can start to look a little depressing. If I was to make the switch within the next few months, I’d either go for the Samsung Galaxy S (Vibrant), or the Droid X. My Nexus One is all the phone I need right now, but even I would like features like an HDMI-out port.
Give me a device with an EVO-sized screen, a resolution similar to the iPhone 4’s (I don’t care about the Retina Display, just give me something better than a 854 x 480 resolution), with a Super AMOLED display from the Galaxy S, and Android Gingerbread, and we’ll talk.
Manufactures, anyone wanna make that for me? Thanks.
Check out the video below!