Motorola is a key player in the current Android market. With powerful devices such as the BIONIC and Atrix on track to release this year, many are wondering what will be their next product. It seems that it will indeed be the successor to the DROID X which is currently in development under the codename "Daytona."
The Daytona, or DROID X2, is said to feature a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 4.3-inch display with a 540x960 resolution, and feature many of the hardware options as the original DROID X such as the HDMI out, HD video capture, and 8-megapixel camera.
Currently X2 devices are running Android 2.2, but by the expected launch date of May, this is expected to change. It's also unknown of the device will be 4G ready, if it's not, it will definitely separate it from the DROID Bionic. Only time will tell are we will definitely keep on the lookout for anything "X2" or "Daytona" related.
[Via Android and Me]