Motorola DROID X2

Last updated: Apr 5th, 2012.

The Motorola Droid X2 is the successor to the original and hugely popular Motorola Droid X for Verizon Wireless. The original DROID kicked off the madness, the Droid X offered awesomeness with a larger and touch-screen only display, and now the Droid X2 continues the trend. Although it only offers marginal upgrades from the first DROID X, they're welcome additions to a phone that already has huge popularity.

The Droid X2 has a huge and beautiful 4.3-inch screen with a wonderful 960 by 540 qHD display. It's powered by a 1GHz dual core processor from  NVIDIA and with 1GB of RAM, the Droid X2 is pretty darn powerful. It's got an 8MP camera with dual LED flash, records video in 720p HD, and an HDMI connection adds to the multimedia experience.

Unfortunately, the Droid X2 does not support Verizon's 4G LTE network and if you're wondering, there also isn't a secondary front facing camera. That being said, the upgrades to the phone's power and display are both noticeable and enjoyable. Expect the "X" franchise to continue.

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Motorola Droid X2 Review

The Motorola Droid X2 might be the second handset in Verizon’s Android lineup with an ‘X’ in its name, but it’s the first to feature a dual-core processor. The NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip clocked at 1GHz is definitely the key selling point for this phone, but a crisp and big qHD display rolled into a …

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Motorola DROID X2 Soak Test to Begin Soon

The Motorola DROID X2 is the latest device in a round of soak tests ad OTAs going out for Motorola phones on Verizon. Of course, we never know what these soak tests may bring before official information is released but we can probably rule Ice Cream Sandwich out. If history is anything to go by, …

Motorola DROID X2 Maintenance Update Now Available OTA

It seems Motorola has begun pushing out the latest update for the Motorola DROID X2. The maintenance upgrade brings with it a nice, long list of improvements, enhancements and fixes. Highlights include the keyboard being visible when typing (LOL), improved video quality recording and playback and more. Check out the full list in the image …

Motorola Droid X2 Android 2.3.4 Soak Test Rolling Out Now

The initial soak test of the Android 2.3.4 update for the Motorola Droid X2 has started, just as we expected it would after Verizon updated their support page with the new firmware version’s changelog. For members of the Motorola Feedback Network who signed up for the test, the update should be making its way to …

Droid X2 Support Page Updated with Documentation for Android 2.3.4 Update

The leaked Android 2.3.4 build for the Motorola Droid X2 looks to be getting official any day now as Verizon has updated their support page with documentation for firmware version 1.3.380.MB870. Motorola recently got in touch with members of their feedback network in regards to a soak test for the upcoming update, and the appearance …

Leaked SBF Suggests Upcoming Droid X2 Soak Test is Android 2.3.4

A somewhat mysterious soak test was announced for the Motorola Droid X2 last week, but little was known about what update to expect next for the Verizon smartphone. Thanks to a leaked SBF file, we are learning that we will likely see Android 2.3.4 as the next official update to the handset. Other than the …

DROID X2 SBF for Gingerbread Build Now Available

If you’ve been having second thoughts about tinkering with your DROID X2 post-Gingerbread, throw them away – your safety net has arrived. The update’s SBF file has been provided by the gracious members of the XDA community, meaning you might be able to recover from just about any bad software-related issue when running into any …

Verizon Support Says DROID X2 Gingerbread Update Out Today, Being Rolled Out in Stages

Our friends manning the @VZWSupport Twitter account are back with more (seemingly reliable, this time) information. It’s regarding the DROID X2 Gingerbread’s update. They’ve confirmed that rollouts are beginning in stages over the air today. Go on, I know you want to check that update menu. It would step folks up to Android 2.3 and …