Motorola 'Droid X' Available on Verizon on July 15
Just as reviewers anointed the iPhone 4 as the best thing to happen to phones since Bell and Marconi, Motorola has announced the price, release date and capabilities of their newest smart phone: The Droid X.
Like the iPhone, the Droid will have a sharp screen and video capabilities. Unlike the iPhone, it will support Adobe Flash, and stream HD movies from Blockbuster On Demand.
The phone will hit the shelves on July 15 and retail for $200. In addition to a 4.3-inch display, the phone also hosts an HDMI output, so users can output those streaming movies on bigger screens as well. Also unlike the iPhone, the Droid X features expandable memory, with up to 32GBs on a removable hard drive augmenting the 8GB already in the phone.
The Droid X will run off a 1GHz processor from Texas Instruments, feature an eight-megapixel camera and the ability to connect to up to five devices through a local Wi-fi network.
Now, in a little less than a month, users can judge for themselves if Motorola, Verizon and Google have successfully returned Apple’s serve. Sleek design versus Adobe Flash . Blockbuster On Demand versus in-phone video editing. Streaming widgets versus the App store.
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