Motorola Droid X Now Available For Purchase From Verizon’s Online Store

July 15, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola’s Droid X smartphone has finally become available for consumers on Verizon Wireless’ online store for the price of $199.99 along with a two year contract. Although the actual pricing of the phone with a two-year deal is $299.99, the online store is offering a $100 discount.

The Droid X, which has a full retail price of $569.99, has a 4.3-inch touchscreen WVGA display with a screen resolution of 854×480 pixels. It runs on Android 2.1 OS, also called Éclair and uses a revamped user interface from Motorola.

A Texas Instruments’ OMAP processor capable of clocking 1 GHz is present in the phone and it also has an 8 megapixel camera on its back side that can record HD videos in 720p resolution. HD videos that are recorded using the phone can also be viewed on an external display unit owing to the HDMI out port present in the device.

The internal memory storage capacity of the Droid X is 8GB and a 16 GB microSD card is also pre-installed in the device as external memory. The phone can, however, support microSD card of up to 32 GB capacity. Droid X can also function as a 3G mobile hotspot, offering support for up to 5 other devices in its range.

The handset is also available with a 1 year contract from Verizon, but at a higher price of $269.99.

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