Droid X Gets An Early Hands-On

Posted: Jun 16 2010, 7:38am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:49pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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The new Motorola Droid X Android Phone is rumored, but actually not official yet. Still, Engadget got 2 hours of intimate hands-on with the new big screen Droid phone. The Droid X has a huge 4.4-inch screen with 854 x 480px resolution.

Verizon is supposed to announced the Droid X on June 23rd.

Quote: "From afar, the Droid X looks like the EVO 4G, but up close the differences are obvious. Its slightly longer and wider, and it has four physical buttons along the bottom of the screen rather than touch-sensitive ones like those on the EVO. In hand, the phone feels really solid and we were surprised at how light it felt, though we could really do without the hump on the back. And yes, the large thing fits in a jean pocket, but not without slightly bulging."
Read the full Droid X hands-on report on Engadget including video.

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