Motorola Droid X Rivals EVO in Size, Beauty
Verizon and Motorola are gearing up to drop not one, but two Droid handsets over the course of the next few weeks. While the Droid 2 closely resembles its predecessor, the Droid X (Droid Xtreme) is unlike anything Motorola has released yet. Like HTC’s EVO 4G, the touch only device boasts a 4.3-inch touch screen. Although somewhat slimmer, the screen is a touch longer. With the buttons across the bottom of the handset, you can see from the picture that the Droid X is taller than Sprint’s new flagship phone. I like that Motorola has been able to maintain the “Droid” aesthetics yet still add a touch of warmth.
Source: Android Forums
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