Motorola Droid X

Basic Specs

Thickness 0.4 inches
Weight 0.34 pounds
Form factor Slab
Screen size (diagonal) 4.3 inches
Carriers Verizon Wireless
Operating system Android
Launch OS version 2.1

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...

Alias MB810
FCC ID IHDT56LB1

Hardware

Height 5 inches
Width 2.6 inches
Thickness 0.4 inches
Weight 0.34 pounds
Form factor Slab
Color Black
Loudspeaker Mono

Display

Screen size (diagonal) 4.3 inches
Resolution (Y) 854 px
Resolution (X) 480 px
PPI 228
Touchscreen type Capacitive

Connectivity

Carriers Verizon Wireless
CDMA Yes
CDMA frequencies supported 1900
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi support 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth version Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Tethering / mobile hotspot Yes
Media streaming DLNA

Processor

Manufacturer TI
Brand / family OMAP 3
Model OMAP3630-1000
Clock speed 1 GHz
Number of cores 1

GPU

Manufacturer Imagination Technologies
Model PowerVR SGX 530

Memory

RAM size 512 MB

Storage

Internal size 8 GB
External Yes
Max external size 32 MB
External type microSD

Rear Camera

Resolution 8 megapixels
Flash Dual LED
Focus type Autofocus
Video resolution 720p
Video framerate 24

Software

Operating system Android
Skin MotoBlur
Launch OS version 2.1

Interface

Video out Yes
Headphone jack 3.5mm
Other ports Micro USB, Micro HDMI

Sensors

Sensors Compass (Magnetometer), Proximity, Ambient light, Accelerometer

Battery

Capacity 1540 mAh
Removable Yes

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5.3

Average User Review

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  • Camera(s) 4
  • Reception / call quality 7
  • Performance 5
  • Software 5
  • Battery life 5
  • Ecosystem 5

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    Reviewed by redleader (Currently owns)

    This phone is the definition of terrible because the battery life is inexistent, the operating system is infinitely lagging, the skin is beyond horrible and the apps simply do not compete with iOS. I have used it for 6 months and truly cannot wait to be rid of this shame of a phone. Motorola has let me down for the last time and I will not be coming back to them for phones ever again.

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    Reviewed by krissytina (Currently owns)

    Living in a rural area but only 6 miles from cities that have great reception, I have been unable to enjoy the internet, apps. and features of the Droid X. Software updates decreased the functionality of the Droid X, I could not download anything, even the Verizon App. When my contract expires, I will get a phone to use like a land line phone, calls in/out and voice mail. Will save about $50.00/month.

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    Reviewed by TxAggieMichael (Currently owns)

    For it's time, the Droid X was definitely one of the best Android smartphones. It's 4.3" display, 1 GHz OMAP3 cpu, and 512 Mb RAM ensured that it was best-in-class upon it's release. It didn't take long, however, for it to be outclassed by the slew of dual-core and 4G phones that came within the following months.

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    Reviewed by Droosh (Previously owned)

    My first Android smartphone. This was a popular phone for a reason.

    Like the OG Droid, this phone was built like a tank! I went casesless and dropped this phone on every surface and it was never damaged. The soft-touch on the metal even hid the scuffs pretty well.

    I take issue with the changes Motorola made to the Android framework and the UI. This did get better with updates. Custom ROMs made it great. Although the bootloader is encrypted, The phone can easily be undervolted and overclocked for great performance and battery life. After the encryption was bypassed with 2nd-Init (thanks @cvpcs) CyanogenMod gives this device a second lease on life.

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