So Engadget got to play with a Droid X for a bit and found out a few new things about it. Here’s a quick summary of all the new features, specs, and release information there is out right now.
|Headed to Verizon (exclusively most likely)|
|It is slightly longer and wider than the HTC Evo from Sprint|
|It has a 4.3″ capacitive screen with 854×480 with a mirror trim around it|
|Phone is running Android (I’d say 2.2 based on the Android Helper Widget seen on the homescreen). It also apparently has a new version of Motorola’s Blur UI (the UI seems much less intrusive and more refined than we see in say the Backflip or CLIQ).|
|There is a Blockbuster App, DLNA app, and HDMI Out; expect Multimedia to be a main focus.|
|8MP Camera with Flash. Records 720P resolution video.|
|New Multitouch keyboard (capable simultaneously hold down two keys and it will register both, makes for faster typing) and the Swype keyboard preinstalled|
|1Ghz ARM processor most likely|
|8GBs of Internal Storage built in|
|Being officially announced by Verizon on June 23rd (Yes, that is one day before another certain smartphone is to be released. Coincidence? Doubtful.)|
And that’s it for now, gents! So big question; Droid Incredible or Droid X?