All of you Droid fans will be happy to know that whilst taking a closer look at the Atrix 4G today, we noticed that the battery is in the same family as the model found in the Droid X. Upon even closer inspection and testing, we found that the batteries are swappable, meaning you're going to have essentially the same battery potential with the Atrix 4G that you've had with your Droid X when you bust it out after it's released.
Amazon, you are such an awesome sale machine. Today Amazon is offering up two majestic Motorola Android machines, one being the Verizon DROID 2 Global, the other being the DROID X. While the DROID X is only getting a slight drop in price since it was already only $30, chopped down now to $19.99, the DROID 2 Global has received the ultimate chop: one penny.
Bluegrass Cellular is sure getting devices lately, first with the Samsung Gem and now their website has been updated to include the Motorola Milestone X. As you can see from the image on the website, the Milestone X is clearly the unbranded version of the DROID X.
Before we begin, note that this deal expires January 31st, so you'd better get a move on if you plan on taking advantage of it. This deal is for a Motorola Droid X carried by Verizon - free. A two-year contract comes attached to it, of course, and you've got to be a new customer - that's a two-year activation and $29.99 a month data plan. If you're already a customer, you'll have to pay $49.99 and commit to the two-year activation with $29.99 a month data as well.
So this new superphone by the name of LG Optimus 2x - you know the one. A group under the name Techblog.gr has one in their grippers and have run it though the obstacle coarse that is Quadrant benchmark and it pretty much rocks the hardest, attaining a score of 2.391, of course blasting past the ancient Nexus One and Motorola Droid X. And guess what? This is only recognized as a single core device when it's really double since Quadrant isn't quite up to date yet with the Tegra 2 wacky party. Can you imagine the true power?
So you say you've got a device with only a rear-facing camera, and you wish you were part of the future generation of devices that also have a fron-facing phone, yes? Take a peek at this little lady. It's called Vainworks - a handset stand setup that uses mirrors (and magic!) to turn your camera backwards (or frontwards, however you look at it I suppose.) This project works with a small (but expanding!) list of smartphones including: Motorola Droid, Motorola Droid 2, Motorola Droid X, HTC Droid Incredible, Samsung Galaxy S (AT&T), Samsung Focus, HTC Droid Eris, and some non-Android phones including iPhone 2G, 3G, and 3GS, as well as Palm Pre.
Today is sure the day of updates, and although they may not be to 2.3 (that's coming later) we are sure seeing quite a bit of general updates being released. Following the trend, the Motorola DROID X has just been updated to 2.3.340 bringing in some new enhancements and improvements.
Are you someone who's been waiting to get their hands on one of Verizon's high-profile Android devices, but haven't been able to pull the trigger due to the price? Well, if you're someone who doesn't mind buying things from Amazon's digital store shelves, then the retailer has a great deal for you. As of right now, and until November 22nd, you can pick up one of those high profile devices for only one penny.
Rumor has it that the Droid X, manufactured by Motorola and currently available on the Verizon network in the United States, is heading to India. But, as anyone might expect, there's going to be a couple of changes before the device can land in retail shelves in that neck of the woods. Namely, it has everything to do with the name. Unfortunately, folks in India can't get the Droid X title, as that's Verizon's marketing.