Motorola introduces DROID X2 exclusively for Verizon

American mobile operator Verizon offering now a slightly modified version of the iPhone SIM slot and 4 without the possibility of the device as a mobile hotspot for five devices to be used. Now, Motorola presents its new high-end smartphone, the DROID X2. The DROID X2 is the sequel already available DROID X and is based on Google's Android operating system, version 2.2 (Froyo). An update to the newest version 2.3 (Ginger Bread) is to ensure, so a subsequent update is possible. Much has changed in the shape of the original model does not change, only the position of the buttons below the 4.3-inch touch screen and scratch-resistant QHD has changed.





For this has done much in the interior. Equipped with a 1 GHz dual-core processor and an 8 megapixel camera with the ability to record HD video, can the equipment more than impressive. Of course, the usual apps for writing e-mails or surfing the web browser or even Google-based apps such as YouTube Mobile is already pre-installed. Especially worth seeing is the new gallery to be app, with which pictures taken directly met or social networks like Facebook or Flickr can be uploaded. More apps can be installed from the Android Market. Is typed with a virtual QWERTY keyboard that can be displayed on the screen. As with Verizon's iPhone 4, is also the possibility of a mobile hotspot for up to five devices to provide, where available.

The Motorola DROID X2 will initially only in America from 19 May offer an exclusive contract with Verizon. The price is $ 199.99. When and if a version of DROID X2 for the European market appears, is unclear.