Battle of the Carriers and their Phones

Verizon & The Motorola DROID X

Motorola DROID X
Network Verizon
Dimensions 5.02 x 2.58 x 0.39 inches
Weight 5.47oz
Battery Li-Ion 1540mAh

Talk – 6.33 Hours

Standby – 490 Hours

Display 4.3inches 480-854px TFT Capacitive, Multi-touch
Camera 8MP Res

1280×720 (720p HD), 720×480 (480p)

Dual LED Flash w/ Auto focus, Image stabilizer, Face detection, Digital zoom, Geo tagging, White balance, Effects, Panorama

Multimedia Video Playback – MPEG4, H.263, H.264

Music Playback – MP3, AAC, ACC+, eAAC+, WMA, WAV, MIDI

FM Radio – FM, RDS

Memory

Software

Connectivity

GPS

6GB

Android 2.1

Processor – TI OMAP3630-1000, 1000 MHz

Memory – 512MB RAM / 1024MB ROM

Internet – HTML

USB – microUSB

Wi-Fi – 802.11b/g/n

Bluetooth – 2.1, Stereo Bluetooth

Headphone Connector – 3.5mm

A-GPS, GPS

It figures that Big Red would be rocking the biggest phone out of the group. The Droid X is latest and “greatest” effort from the Android family. Motorola set the smart phone world on fire with the release of the original “Droid”. Since that time Motorola has been pretty stagnant. As HTC released the Incredible this past spring people speculated if Motorola would be able to reclaim the Android crown within Verizon anytime soon. Before we could blink we had the massive Motorola Droid X in our hands. Due to the sheer height of the phone the screen actually appears bigger than the 4.3inch dimension that’s listed. This phone is truly an amazing Android experience and is one of the most enjoyable smart phones I’ve ever used.

The only downfall to this phone besides shabby battery life (HUGE SCREEN) and no sexy Sense UI (HTC Desktop feature) is the fact that Motorola isn’t going to stand behind this device as their mar-key phone for very long. The Droid 2 is slated for release very soon and Motorola feels that’s the phone that will allow them to reclaim the Android crown.

Pros:
– Decent Processor
– Huge Screen
– Best Network
– Huge App Store

Cons:
– Battery Life
– Bland Home screen