DROID X2 To Sport Dual-Core Tegra 2
It seems that the imminent release of the iPhone4 on VZW hasn’t slowed down the DROID line at all. A recent post over at Droid-Life suggests there will be a DROID X2. As well, we have already covered the fact that an Incredible Global is also in the works. It is nice to see that Big Red isn’t going to forget what smartphone OS has served them so well. The DROID line-up has played a major role in the carrier’s growth.
The rumored specs for the DROID X2, also known as the Motorola Daytona within the Development Team, are interesting to say the least. It is said to include the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, a qHD resolution display at 960 x 540 (it looks like a 4.3 inch display), an 8MP camera with 720p video recording, and HDMI out. It seems to be the exact same phone as the original DROID X, just with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor.
An interesting thing to note is the phone’s lack of 4G LTS LTE. This means that the device won’t necessarily stand too far apart from its predecessor. As of right now, we are expecting this to launch around May. It is rumored that we can expect the announcement of this phone at MWC. However, it’s more likely it will show itself at CTIA.
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