Summary: After our benchmark we can conclude that the Motorola Droid X 2 represents a good addition to Verizon’s Android smartphones. Users will be thrilled by its connectivity and numerous multimedia features.
Motorola Droid X2 on Verizon: Reviews, Benchmarks, Comparisons, and more [video]
1 August 2011
Excerpt: This last week, I had the opportunity to try out a Motorola Droid X2 from Verizon. My daily driver lately has been an HTC Evo 3D on Sprint, so my normal experience on Android is quite different from the X2, what with HTC’s Sense and all.
Summary: The Motorola Droid X2 is a good phone, but I think that Motorola could have made it better in terms of physical design, photo capabilites, and user interface. If you are the type of power user who only cares about the specifications, the Droid X2 is indeed a very powerful phone.
Hands-on Review of the Motorola Droid X2 (Verizon)
15 July 2011
Conclusion: The Motorola Droid X2 is not a big step up from the Droid X. Sure it has a faster processor and higher resolution display, but it's mostly gamers who will appreciate the difference. I would lump media junkies into that group as well, if the Droid X2 were 4G—but it isn't.
Conclusion: We have nothing against Motorola, but the Droid X2 is not the company’s best effort. As the name itself implies, the X2 is mostly a rehashed 2010 phone, now equipped with a dual-core processor and a higher resolution qHD screen, but that screen lacks clarity compared to similarly priced phones from...
Pros: Dual-core Tegra 2 processor, Rugged and sturdy design, Great touch keyboard, Phone call clarity, Decent battery life
Cons: Poor screen quality, No 4G LTE, Still on Android 2.2, NinjaBlur UI is clunky, No front-facing camera
Excerpt: The Motorola Droid X2 from Verizon Wireless isn’t just another phone in the Droid Series. Running on a Dual-core 1GHz Processor, the Droid X2 screams speed. It also ...
Pros: Impressive performance, excellent display and build quality, comes bundled with tons of apps, good battery life, Call quality is mediocre, lacks a front-facing camera, expensive for a 3G-only device
Cons: Impressive performance, excellent display and build quality, comes bundled with tons of apps, good battery life, Call quality is mediocre, lacks a front-facing camera, expensive for a 3G-only device
Excerpt: The Droid X2 is very similar to the original Droid X. It has an improved higher resolution display and dual-core processor but now lacks the dedicated camera button. Motorola ships the Droid X2 with version 2.2.2 of the Android OS.
Excerpt: A little less than a year ago Motorola introduced the Droid X for Verizon. The Droid X had a large form factor and was quite the contender in the smartphone arena. It was popular among consumers that wanted a large screen for their Android platform.