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Motorola Publishes Details of Droid X2

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May 17, 2011, 7:21 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Motorola and Verizon Wireless have both published web sites containing information about the unannounced Droid X2. This Android handset, which is a follow-up to the original Droid X, maintains many of the same features that its predecessor had, including HDMI support, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and 3G data. Of note, however, is that the 4.3-inch display has been upgraded to qHD resolution, it has a dual-core 1GHz processor, and the Droid X2 now supports mirror mode via the HDMI port, allowing users to see their handset's user interface and/or content on a television set. Neither Motorola nor Verizon Wireless have indicated when this device might launch.

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May 17, 2011, 7:44 AM

3g ? Why ?

I don't get it... verizon is PUSHING hard to deploy their LTE network and then announces that they will be releasing a new Motorola Droid that does 3g ? 😳
Not all of us need 4G, or care that much about it. Personally, I would almost never use it, unless I was restoring apps from the Market or something. And with this phone, I wouldn't have to pay the extra for 4G, when they stop giving it away.

May 17, 2011, 1:06 PM

MIrror Mode

Does this mean that applications that you run on the X2 will be able to be seen through the HDMI port as well? Will my dream of Angry Birds on my large screen finally become a reality?
That's it exactly! Mirror Mode HDMI displays whatever is on your X2 on your big screen.
This truly is the greatest post I have ever seen! 🤣
Yeah but you could get it in your PS3 without spending the money on a new phone.
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