By Anton D. Nagy | April 24, 2011 8:51 PM
Not that we didn’t see pictures of the Motorola Droid X2 before but it’s always nice to have some more, maybe different angles, clearer snapshots, you know what we mean! AndroidCentral has got a cuple of them starring the Motorola Droid X follow-up that showed up recently on NenaMark.
At a first glance, it’s not much different than last year’s model. Added are Android 2.2.2 Froyo — which we hope will be replaced by Gingerbread once the device is out — and an HDMI port next to the microUSB. In addition, there’s an eight-megapixel camera but the general outline, buttons and even the back look surprisingly similar to its predecessor — unlike HTC’s follow-ups for instance. Check out the source link for more shots!