Motorola Droid X2

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Reviewed by Droosh (Currently owns)

Like the OG Droid and the DX the DX2 is built like a tank! The design is 99% the same as the DX.

The display is outstanding IMO, although many would disagree. I found the qHD RGBW PenTile matrix LCD to get excellent battery performance, color rendition with sharp text quality, while also highly visible in sunlight. The trade-off is some minor "screen-door" effect with certain colors.

Largely disappointing on the software front as this is even more locked down than the DX. 2nd-init won't crack the bootloader for AOSP ROMs like CyanogenMod and as a result the developer community is quite small. I do find the Eclipise 2.02 ROM built off of the Androind 2.3.5 leak to be a fair compromise.

The dual-core SoC is a nice upgrade, although Tegra 2 doesn't support all of the native Android coding nor does it have some of the battery advantages as the newer dual core ARM designs released by nVidia's competitors.

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  • Design 9
  • Display 10
  • Camera(s) 7
  • Reception / call quality 9
  • Performance 8
  • Software 5
  • Battery life 7
  • Ecosystem 10
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