Well, here you go. This here, folks, is the Motorola Droid Xtreme, alive and well, posing for some pretty solid photos. There's a few we've seen before, but quite a few that we haven't. And, to be honest, there's a lot to like here. We'll quit with the narrative pretty quick here, and after the break you'll see plenty more photos, plus the run down of the specs you can expect to see when it launches (hopefully in July).
Thanks to the folks over at Gadget University, we've got some hands-on time with the Droid Xtreme. So, what can you expect: The 4.3 inch capacitive touchscreen, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor under the hood, Android 2.1 goodness, an HDMI out port, and a new version of MOTOBLUR. The guys say it's not as bad as we think, and hopefully that's a good thing, because, well, we don't think very highly of MOTOBLUR at all.
There are hardware navigation keys for Home, Search, Back, and Menu, so no more capacitive buttons like on the original DROID. The model number said DROIDX, so that seems just about right. Now, we just need Verizon Wireless to tell us when it's coming, so we can all stop salivating over what's still unofficial.
[via Gadget University]