Jul 1st, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 10th, 2021, 5:06 pm

The full review will come tomorrow (fingers crossed) but I finally got up my footage from the Motorola Droid X event in NYC last week. I have to say that both Motorola and Verizon Wireless continue coming hard with hot Androids and the Droid X is no different.

With a massive 4.3-inch screen to rival that of the HTC EVO 4G, there will be a LOT of people taking note at the Droid X when it launches July 15th for $199. The first hands-on video is pretty long, so I’ve included a table of contents of sorts just below it.

  • Intro & Hardware Overview (0:00)
  • 3G Mobile Hotspot (2:00)
  • Multimedia Dock Accessory (4:38)
  • Blockbuster App and VCAST (5:50)
  • Baltimore Ravens shout out (8:05)
  • Car Dock and Navigation (9:00)
  • Motorola BLUR (10:45)
  • Battery Manager (14:24)

And it continues with a little discussion about Enterprise/Corporate, Data Tethering, Need for Speed Shift, and HDMI Video Out.

And last but not least, a quick look at Verizon’s NFL App on the Motorola Droid X. It will be available on all Verizon smartphones starting in late July and will be free through the end of the year. So will they start charging mad ducketts come playoff time? I don’t know but I got a chuckle from the thought.

Patience will be rewarded… I’m working hard on the full review and hope to have it up tomorrow (or ASAP)!

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