By Anton D. Nagy | April 24, 2011 8:56 PM
We’ve heard of initial rumors around Motorola Droid X2 with qHD screen and Tegra2 SOC since January but just recently the device popped up on NenaMark’s page with information related to CPU, resolution as well as carrier.
NenaMark is an Android benchmark for hardware accelerated graphics and that’s where the Droid X2 — previously pictured — showed up flashing part of its identity. It will come as no surprise that it is Verizon branded and if previously we hinted towards a qHD display, we get the confirmation from NenaMark.
Additionally, the smartphone used to take shots surfacing on Picasa, is reported to have a Tegra2 SOC which is listed as clocking at 1GHz, in addition to Android 2.2.2 Froyo used on the device benchmarked only once — we’re sure it’s either a prototype or a pre-production model and the Droid X2 on shelves will run Gingerbread.
However, as it is, the Droid X2 used for the benchmark is the tenth fastest device according to the graphic below but we’re sure as software (and maybe even hardware) gets close to final, the scores will improve a bit.
Via: Blog of Mobile