In June 2011, Verizon Wireless and Motorola released the successor the Droid X: the Droid X2.
The Droid X Android smartphone is a touch-centric slab - slimmer than the original Droid - released by Verizon Wireless on July 15, 2010. More than half a year after its release, the Droid X remains one of the most popular Android phones on the market.
Powered by a TI OMAP mobile processor running at 1GHz, the Droid X is faster than the original Droid. Plus, it has a larger 4.3-inch 228ppi 480x854 capacitive display, an 8MP camera good for still shots and 720p HD video, and 8GB of onboard flash storage. Need more space? Add up to 32GB of additional storage via its onboard microSDHC memory card slot.
Other features of the Droid X include aGPS for turn-by-turn directions and location services, 512MB of system memory (RAM), 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and an HDMI port for output of video to HDMI supported devices.
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