Verizon Wireless Indicates Android 2.3 Headed to Droid X
Verizon Wireless has published support documentation outlining the Android 2.3 Gingerbread system update for the Motorola Droid X. Gingerbread brings a wide number of updates and changes to the Droid X, including new user interface colors and schemes, customizable dock icons, better word prediction and dictionary support, more calendar options, numerous updates and fixes for the email application, better low-light camera performance, and improved battery life with Bluetooth. Verizon Wireless said the update will begin to be pushed out starting Friday, May 27. Verizon hasn't said when the Droid X2 will also receive Gingerbread.
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.
Video Tour: Motorola Droid X2
Phone Scoop takes a look at the Motorola Droid X2, a near-identical follow-up to one of Verizon Wireless's biggest successes in 2010. Is the sequel as good as the original or does it rehash the same old material?
First Look: Motorola Droid X
Phone Scoop goes hands-on with the new Motorola Droid X. Based on our first impressions, it is the finest handset Motorola has ever produced.
Review: Moto Mods for Motorola Z2 Play
Motorola's new Z2 Play smartphone is a fine piece of hardware and I strongly recommend it. While you're at the Verizon store, you should consider picking up some Moto Mods to go with the Z2 Play.
Review: Motorola Moto Z2 Play for Verizon Wireless
Motorola's latest Android smartphone is the mid-range and highly-capable Moto Z2 Play. This winsome handset may not stay strictly true to the original, but it is compatible with all of Motorola's Moto Mods accessories and still brings plenty to the table.
Motorola Droid X
4.3" display 480 x 854 pixels
TI OMAP 3630 processor
1,540 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, Headphone Jack (3.5mm)
It's about time...
Does this mean?
Does anyone know what phones, and when?