By Daniel Webster | June 5, 2011 9:19 PM
In this video we go through all the hardware of the Motorola Droid X2 for Verizon. The Droid X2 has some pretty impressive specifications and is the first Verizon Android smartphone that has a dual-core processor and a qHD display. If the Droid X2 was able to accesses Verizon’s 4G LTE network it would probably be the must have Android powered smartphone for this year.
The Droid X2 is very similar in form factor to the predecessor Droid X from 2010. The Droid X2 gets it processing power from a 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor combined with 512MB of RAM. The internal memory is 8GB of which 4GB is accessible. Secondary memory comes from the 8GB microSD Card preinstalled which is expandable up to 32GB, giving a maximum of 40GB. The screen is a 4.3 inch qHD (540×960) LCD behind a glass capacitive multi-touch digitizer. Like the iPhone 4′s Retina display, the pixels of the Droid X2 are very small and nearly indistinguishable with the naked eye. Still photos are captured at a maximum 8.1MP resolution and video may be recorded up to 720p HD. The radios of the Droid X2 include CDMA 800/1900, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, FM, and aGPS. The sensors include a proximity, light, accelerometer, and digital compass. The battery is a 1500mAh lithium-ion that Verizon states should deliver up to 480 minutes of usage and 220 hours of standby time.
Stays tuned for the software and final review coming up next and watch the unboxing video in case it was missed.