Merely eight months after the original Droid hit the markets, it has become a wrecking ball. Now, the mother of all, Lucas-licensed, droids is up with the July 15 arrival of the feature-packed Droid X.
At 5 x 2.6 x .04 inches, the X is shamelessly large and more ‘Sticky Fingers’ than willowy when pocketed. Otherwise, Motorola intelligently kept the handset that is amazingly thin and relatively streamlined.
Paired with its spacious 4.3-inch, 854 x 480 LCD touchscreen, it is clear that the Droid X was cautiously designed with a visually opaque, touch-driven experience in mind.
This is the attention that caught up the mind to presentation, allowing the X to truly shine.
Navigating the phone is a shockingly immersive experience, because of uncannily fast 1-GHz Texas Instruments processor and 512 MB of RAM. In reality, the X's hardware shaves just fractions of a second off the Droid/Eris/Nexus One response times, but it tends to have great impact in the long run.
When switching apps, the device is dynamically responding to commands rather than only processing them.
Watching movies from the Blockbuster app, playing games from the Android Market, and even streaming music from Pandora is quick, easy and best of all, free of interval.
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