Motorola DROID X Reviews
"The fact of the matter is that the Droid X sits comfortably amongst the smartphone elite. The combination of pure hardware power, Android awesomeness, and software goodness mean that today it is one of â€“ if not THE â€“ best phone(s) available. We now live in a smartphone age where many â€œsomething betterâ€ devices eagerly wait in the wings, but here and now the Droid X can successfully claim there isnâ€™t a better phone available. And even when there isâ€¦ the Droid X will continue to please its owners with its capabilities, especially if the powers at be bless it with continued OTA updates."
"The Motorola Droid X makes another fine addition to Verizon's Android family, bringing with it a rich multimedia experience and more connectivity features."
"From a hardware perspective, this phone is pretty much a bang-on execution of what a high-end mobile powerhouse should be, but Motorola clearly still has work to do in order to play in the same software league as HTC does with Sense. If it can get there -- or heck, if it can just offer this phone with stock Froyo -- you've got perhaps the best Android phone ever made."
"So, yeah, it's the latest biggest and best Android smartphone. And we'll likely say the same thing about the Galaxy S class that's coming later this summer. We're in an interesting time with Android, with every carrier stepping up and providing compelling top-end smartphones. Motorola fans should be plenty happy with the Droid X. And in an age when smartphone shelf life is measured in a matter of months (if not weeks), the Droid X likely will be a talker for some time to come."
"We enjoyed our time with the Motorola DROID X, and feel it is a well-balanced, powerful addition to Verizon Wirelessâ€™ Android lineup. We would have liked the device to have a better camera, a front facing camera, and perhaps some sort of optical tracking device for easier text correction, but all things consideredâ€¦we really like this device. If you are or plan on being a Verizon Wireless customer, and love Android â€” or maybe are just Android curious â€” you definitely have to take a good, long look at the DROID X."
"All things considered, it's a showstopping phone whose potential is mutilated by ill-considered, ugly software that's poorly done. The screen is sharp, colorful, resoundingly impressive. The guts are quick. The build is sculpted and robust. Unfortunately, you can't really get around bad softwareâ€”it's is how a user touches hardware."
"The Motorola Droid X offers some really good features, notably the huge screen, mobile HotSpots and the Swype virtual keyboard. However, it has weaknesses too."
"The Motorola Droid X takes the crown for the most powerful Android smartphone away from the HTC Droid Incredible."
"A phone that packs so much power is not hard to come by these days, but the Motorola Droid X offers more than the average bear. It's a lightning quick phone, thanks to one of the best processors on the market, offers great coverage, has a seemingly endless supply of applications, a giant 4.3-inch screen, and an upcoming Android 2.2 upgrade. Tack on DLNA connectivity, Exchange support, 24GB of storage capacity out of the box, and lots of Google love. We weren't crazy about the Motorola Droid X's image quality, location of the MicroSD card slot, and felt that Motorola could have done a little better with the screen. Also, we don't get a front facing camera like the iPhone 4 and HTC EVO 4G
. But all in all, the Motorola Droid X is one of the best of the best, and is definitely worth taking a look at."
"Android or Apple? At this point, itâ€™s merely a matter of preference, and if youâ€™re willing to place your hard-earned cash on the $199.99 (with $100 rebate and two-year service agreement) Droid X, Iâ€™m confident you wonâ€™t be disappointed."