Motorola Droid X – Another Large Screened Smartphone
With so many smartphones flooding the market daily, don’t you get confused over what to buy and how to decide on what is the best? Most of these are packed with glossy features that may or may not suit your requirement. A larger phone screen for easy browsing and text reading is fast becoming the top most priority. Motorola Droid X has been introduced keeping the same view in focus.
A whopping 4.3 inch WVGA screen that is sharp, vividly colorful and bright enough to display in sunlight is all that you would want in your smartphone. Droid X enables high-definition video play back at 720p on its impressive screen. Verizone has thus bonded with Blockbuster – for movie rentals and NFL – for live game streaming.
Motorola’s phone is just 9.9mm thick which makes it exceedingly thin to slip into your jeans pocket.
This phone has a an appealing design with a tough exterior, grand multimedia features, HD video capture, HDMI output, mini USB slot, and it can be used as a mobile hotspot too.
It has some hard buttons – Menu, Home, Back, and Search.
There are three microphones on this device to provide with significantly high quality audio, and for noise cancellation. You can easily switch between them depending on your recording requirement.
At the top of Motorola Droid X is an 8.0mp dual LED flash camera which is 720p HD video enabled and has a shutter speed of 1/1000 per second.
The photos and videos are of superior quality. The videos have a considerably better sound quality, and the photos are less grainy.
The software of this Motorola phone is not as impressive as its virtual keyboard on its huge display which features multi-touch support.
The Droid X assists you with your e-mails, streaming music, social updates, FM radio, news, and GPS turn-by-turn directions efficiently.
The device supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, accelerometer, light sensor, and 3G mobile hotspot tethering (at a monthly cost).
Battery and Memory
The 1570mAh battery of Droid X facilitates you to use it in three different modes – Performance, Battery Saver, and Smart Mode. On standby the battery gives you company for around 3 days, but it all depends on your selection of mode too.
The phone sports 512MB RAM, 24GB storage, and a 16GB microSD card.
You can now interoperate and connect other devices like your home-theatre, Blu-ray player or DNLA ready TV with your Droid X as the phone features DNLA technology for the first time.
Motorola Droid X keeps up-to the reputation of its earlier models. Its large display is something that has grabbed most attention. You may not have a prominent MotoBlur on this Smartphone, but its software and UI is still better off helping you out in a refined way wherever required.