Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid X / Milestone X
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Weekly Bone: Motorola Droid X previewed and more
28 April 2015
Excerpt: Jon of Tehkseven rounds up all of the big cellular news PhoneDog highlighted the week of June 13th - June 19th, 2010. Reviewed this week included Noah's HTC Aria unboxing video, as well as his Nokia N8 hands-on preview.
Summary: The original Motorola Droid for Verizon was a game-changer - it was the phone that really brought Droid to the masses, backed by VZW's network muscle and a massive marketing campaign.
Pros: Large, vivid display; Generally excellent performance including signal strength; Redesigned social networking features; Great soft QWERTY board; Above average camera
Cons: A few hard crashes during testing; Voice quality was good but not stunning considering the three-mic design; Custom apps don't offer performance of dedicated Twitter/Facebook apps; Limited HDMI-out functionality
Summary: Motorola's proved immensely popular when it was launched late last year, becoming one of the first phones to truly bring Google's Android operating system to the masses. But I didn't love the Droid.
Summary: No se puede negar que el Motorola Milestone X es un gran teléfono y seguramente tendrá mucho éxito cuando salga al mercado a mediados de julio próximo. Sin embargo, los desarrolladores tendrían que haber mejorado algunas aristas que pueden hacerlo perder terreno contra otros aparatos similares.
Excerpt: Motorola Droid X is the latest addition to the series of similarly-equipped smart phones namely HTC EVO 4G, Apple iPhone 4 and the Galaxy S. This offering from Verizon Wireless could easily become the best Android phone around.
Pros: Very fast and responsive processor, Large display, High quality camera
Cons: Large size, Call quality poor in low coverage areas, Heavy usage of camera drains the battery
Conclusion: The Droid X is a large phone which is something that you need to consider before buying it. If your hands are small, you may not enjoy the experience and might want to consider the Droid 2 or Droid Incredible, instead.
Mobility Digest Review: Verizon Motorola Droid X Video Unboxing
21 August 2010
Excerpt: I just got in the Verizon Motorola Droid X and I wanted to start things off with a video unboxing and first impression of the user interface and operating system. This is my first real experience with Android and I am very excited to see what all the hype is about first hand.
Conclusion: The DROID X is the most powerful Android smartphone available on Verizon. The huge screen and impressive specifications make the phone a pleasure to use. Motorola has added its own UI to the phone making it look better than the default Android operating system interface.
Conclusion: It’s hard to argue that the new Motorola Droid X hasn’t captured the Android performance and flagship crown once again. Eight months after the original Motorola Droid, Motorola has launched a worthy successor. Further into the summer, we'll see a true followuup to the original Droid - the Droid 2.