We mentioned just yesterday that the DROID X2 dummy devices were turning up hinting at a launch soon. The launch now has a specific day for us to look forward to. The smartphone will land on May 26, almost exactly two weeks from today. This smartphone was originally expected to land today, but was delayed. This will be the first dual-core Tegra 2 Android smartphone on the Verizon network.
A launch date of May 19 is pegged for fulfillment orders, which presumably means that pre-ordered devices will ship on that day. I would imagine that would put the smartphone into the hands of several pre-order users ahead of the official launch date. This is going to be a very popular smartphone and most of you will already know all about the device. In case you have somehow missed the specs of the DROID X2, they are very nice.
The smartphone is tipped to use Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It has a 4.3-inch qHD screen that has a resolution of 960x540. The processor is the dual-core Tegra 2 I mentioned already, and it will run at 1 GHz. The rear camera is 8MP with 720p video recording, and the phone has 1080p output. Internal storage is 8GB via SD card that is included.