Droid X

DROID X Commercial Gets the Marketing Stage Under Way

Looks like you don't have to wait for that marketing material for the DROID X. Verizon's got their hands on one of the greatest Android phones out there, so it shouldn't be that big of a surprise to see a commercial of this magnitude showcasing the new king of the throne. The storyline for the commercial is quite interesting. Basically, a group of astronauts/scientists are going underground and there they stumble upon the DROID X.

Motorola bootloader could brick ROM-tampered phones

When we wrote yesterday about Motorola's confirmation that the DROID X, DROID 2 and - most likely - all future Android handsets from the company would come with a locked bootloader and thus make hacking pretty difficult, we didn't realise quite how difficult it would actually be.  According to MyDroidWorld, Motorola's locking system uses a so-called eFuse chip that verifies the handset's firmware (i.e. the ROM), the kernel and the bootloader version.  If it detects that a non-Motorola ROM has been loaded, then that's when the problem starts. If any of those three elements have been modified unofficially, the eFuse "blows" and the handset is bricked to the user.  Now, the eFuse can be reset but that can apparently only be done with specialist hardware that Motorola themselves had; in other words, you'll have to test quite how happy the company is with you loading third-party ROMs and then trying to claim under their warranty.  Considering yesterday's information, we're guessing Not Happy At All is the answer.

Leaked Verizon Catalog Showcases Droid 2 and Droid X

Well, how long has it been since our last leaked document? Not long, right? Then that means it's just about perfect timing to get our hands on yet another one. Thanks to a tipster sending in some leaked documents of a Summer device catalog, we get the first look at a Droid 2 standing front and center (well, behind a Droid X), showcasing its shiny frame, and, oddly enough, Bejeweled.

Motorola Droid X Launching with Limited Inventory

Here's your friendly reminder for today: Motorola's Droid X launches this Thursday. However, while the device itself is high profile, it doesn't look like Verizon locations around the country are getting high profile numbers in the inventory category. According to some screen shots sent over to Droid Life, it looks like quantities are being kept at a pretty respectable level.

Droid X for Verizon Gets Reviewed by SlashGear

By now, everyone should know about Motorola's Droid X. The 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display should be more than enough to get people's attention. Our fine friends over at SlashGear got their hands on the Droid X for Verizon, and they've gone ahead and put up their review of the device. Basically, it's just a bunch of good wrapped in a shiny package.

Droid X Shows Off the Future with Flash 10.1 Demo

Adobe's Flash 10.1 might not be something new to talk about in of itself, simply because there's been plenty of leaks for the Nexus One and even the Droid, but seeing it demoed on the Droid X is still something to get excited about. That's a 4.3-inch screen of beauty. And seeing what the future holds for this device is good. Really, really good.

Best Buy is Out of Stock on Droid X, No More Pre-Orders

The popularity of this amazing phone has reached it's limit. It has been 5 days since the pre-sale started and Best Buy/Best Buy Mobile already have a hard time to keep up with the pre-orders. Unbelievable! But what can you say. This phone has been a hit since it was announced.

Motorola Droid 2 May Launch August 23rd with Android 2.2

Motorola Droid 2 will have to comes later than we expected at Verizon. Rather on July 19th, Droid 2 will be launch on August 23rd along side Android 2.2. Although, the current Droid 2 was Android 2.1 but Motorola seems trying to push Android 2.2 to make an advancement to their phone. Android 2.2 is roughly available in late July for the original Droid, and is expected to launch for the Droid X at the end of August.

Pre-ordered Droid Incredible? Get a Motorola Droid X instead

Verizon has comes up with great ideas which lead them to better advantage with the current situation that they are facing. Since the Droid Incredible was announced, Verizon has difficulty put up with the pre-orders. People are requesting this marvelous smartphone like crazy. However, Verizon also carried Motorola Droid X. Verizon decided to allow customers to change their order from Droid Incredible to Motorola Droid X.

Droid X Does Gaming Too

The Droid X comes with a very nice 4.3" screen, this makes it a very good gaming phone. The games expected should be smooth and fast, and that is exactly what was witnessed. The Motorla event, held in New York, displayed the Droid X's great gaming ability that was expected.
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