Review by Michael Oryl on Wednesday June 30, 2010.
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The Motorola DROID X for Verizon Wireless is the latest member of Verizon's DROID lineup of Android powered smartphones. In this particular case, the DROID X runs the Android 2.1 OS and features a massive 4.3-inch touchscreen display that positions it squarely against HTC's popular EVO 4G for Sprint.
The DROID X features a new suite of MOTOBLUR widgets for messaging, social networks, and other services that are completely resizable by the user, which is a really cool feature. The phone also sports an 8 megapixel camera that shoots very nice 720p HD video, and a very solid multi-touch capable web browser. Even the battery life is pretty good for a device this large.
There are a few missteps on the DROID X, but they are not likely to deter those that appreciate the large display and rugged good looks of the phone.
You'll find a number of videos in this review that demonstrate the phone's many features, and you'll find them all linked to in the Table of Contents, below.