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  (Source: Engadget)
Engadget plays with Motorola's latest handset

Motorola launched a massive ad blitz with the original Droid and has been rewarded with healthy sales of the smartphone. The device was one of the firm's first Android smartphones and Motorola is now fielding several Android devices with more to come.

The next iteration of the Droid is called the Droid X. The Droid X has already been treated to a hands-on photo-snapping extravaganza this month. Now,
Engadget has landed an exclusive preview of the device after getting to play with it for a few hours. The Droid X is expected to land on June 23 at Verizon.

Engadget reports that the handset looks a bit like the HTC EVO 4G at a glance, but close inspection shows its longer and wider than the already large EVO 4G. The heft of the smartphone does make for a bulging pocket if you slip it into your jeans reports Engadget.

The screen of the handset is 4.4-inches and has a resolution of 854 x 480. It uses capacitive touch technology and supports gestures. 
Engadget's handset was running Android 2.1 with a new version of Blur over the top. The new version of Blur is described as "not so in your face" as the other version of the UI.

The 8-megapixel camera records 720p HD video and taking still shots with the camera has a caveat. Apparently, you have to tap the screen to focus the camera and it won’t refocus until you actually hit the shutter and snap the image. The camera button is also said to be very stiff, forcing lots of blur in photos from the act of pressing the button.
Performance is described as "snappy" and 
Engadget reckons the CPU is a 1GHz AMAP3630, which is faster than was previously reported.

Official specs for the Motorola X should come closer to launch.



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RE: sink hole.
By PAPutzback on 6/16/2010 10:28:46 AM , Rating: 2
About the same as every other full height smartphone, about 4 - 6 hours if used heavily. I pretty much assume that forfor at least one more phone that I will always have to hit Seidio up for a 3000+ maH extended life battery.


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