Looks like Motorola’s teaming up with Verizon to ensure that video is a huge part of the experience you’ll be getting with the Motorola Droid X. HDMI-out, 4.3-inch display at a 16:9 resolution, a camera that can capture video at 720p, and FULL Flash 10.1: these are the components that need to come together to provide a great video experience on the newly announced Droid X.
400,000+ pixels packs a 4.3-inch screen from edge-to-edge to bring you the content that you care about. With NFL Mobile Live, you can watch all of the games you need on the go, including the Thursday games exclusive to the NFL Network. Flash 10.1 will ensure that you can get video from other content providers that aren’t able to serve their content with a native Android application.
With 8GB of on-board memory and an included 16GB memory card pre-installed, you’ll have more than enough storage for all of the videos your device can handle. And if you need to get video content over-the-cloud to a bigger screen, the Droid X will be capable of providing a WiFi hotspot for up to 5 devices in your range. Other confirmed specs include a 1GHz TI OMAP-based processor and 512MB of RAM.
Excited yet? The event is still going on, but we just wanted to highlight some of the things Verizon’s excited about and some of the new features we haven’t heard of up until this point. Getting excited yet? You can expect more coverage as the event continues.
[Update]: I guess I’m quite the excited bugger, myself, having asked you guys twice if you were excited yet. I think we can all come to one large agreements: we’re freaking excited.