Review: Motorola's Droid X
Motorola swings for the fences and hits a home run with the Droid X. Verizon Wireless' new flagship device delivers on almost every feature, making it one of Motorola's best-ever phones.
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The Motorola Droid is the new King of the Hill over at Verizon Wireless. You want to do battle with other Android handsets? The Droid X is the phone to pick. It boasts top specs and top performance in a hardware design that is probably the best to come out of Motorola's engineering labs. The Droid X is big, beautiful, and bound to steal some hearts.
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Sound Quality (muffled) and number of screens (configurable)
The reason I ask, is that the Motorola support forums, and my practical experience with the Droid (1 / Classic) is a muffled sound (microphone) heard by the other party. It seems to be user specific in that all of the people (20%-40% of users) who have reported muffled sound, when trying a different (or multiple) Motorola Droids, still had the muffled sound issue. The majority of users (60-80%)are not reporting muffled sound issues. Motorola has not acknowledged this as an issue; but believes if there is a "muffled perception" it is most likely location specific, ho...
External Antenna on Droid X?
Does the Droid X have this connector? Do you know what size/type connector it is? Do you know where I can buy an "antenna adapter cable" for this connector (if there is one)?
Hdmi output on the phone
browser speed comparison
But the droid is GETTING that browser soon. Androidcentral.com is going to run some benchmarks soon, but they said that on...
Made of Win
What's the 3D performance like?