Motorola's Droid X2: More Powerful Than The IPad

Posted: Apr 21 2011, 12:03pm CDT | by , in News | Android

 
Motorola's Droid X2: More Powerful than the iPad

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But possibly no faster.

If you thought smartphones were starting to get ridiculous LAST year, prepare for things to get much, much sillier. Motorola's upcoming Droid X2 has only appeared in leaks so far. But what we've seen in videos and rumored specs is impressive enough to justify some hype.

The X2 will pack a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor with a mighty 4.3" qHD display and 768 MB of RAM. It is expected to ship with Android 2.2, but may launch with 2.3 depending on the exact timing. The camera is an 8 MP shooter with a dual-LED flash. The X2 has an accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, light and proximity sensors.

It's interesting that the X2 does not appear to be an LTE device when it is so clearly superior to the Bionic. It's possible that Moto scaled back the Bionic in order to keep battery life at a respectable level.

There have been rumors that Motorola plans to can Bionic development (they've already delayed it) and push the X2 instead. If that's the case, we may see this smartphone end up packing LTE before it launches. The release price is rumored to be $199.

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