June 3, 2011 at 4:06 am #106004unknown-userParticipant
It’s well known that Verizon Wireless and Motorola Mobility, Inc. has announced the second-generation Droid X2, designed for the consumer who does everything on their smart phone. It is a new addition to Verizon’s Droid series. The Android based Droid X2 by Motorola joins Verizon’s Droid Blue eye series. The fifth in the series of iPhones, Apple iPhone 5 will be more popular smart phone than iPhone 4 and it created a lot of flutter with its style and designing.
[b]Motorola Droid X2[/b]
Motorola Droid X2 is a dual-core phone with 4.3″qHD (960 x 540) TFT LCD display, 8MP camera with dual LED flash and it can capture HD video in 720p. The camera features include auto/continuous focus, panorama shot, and multi-shot. For media sharing it supports DLNA and HDMI mirroring. For social networking it has integrated Facebook, twitter and MySpace. For location based services it has A-GPS with Google Maps and if you want you can share your location with Google Latitude. The phone also can be turned in to a Wi-Fi hotspot (separate subscription required to use this feature), you can share your 3G connection with five other Wi-Fi enabled devices.
It also has other standard features like Adobe flash player for seamless browsing, tap/pinch to zoom, wireless connection via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Customizable home screen and resizable widgets, Android Market for application and Verizon offers Vcast Music. The phone is Enterprise-ready with security features.
The new iPhone 5 has being attracted many people now. It is expected to have Face Recognition Security so that you don’t have to worry about other people stealing your phone and trying to use it. That is, unless they steal your face too. It will provide Video Chat on a 4G network instead of a slow 3G one and it will be much nicer overall body design of the phone. It’s going to be even thinner and have a shiny black piece. You will get the shatter resistant and scratch resistant screen from iPhone 5. Its lowest model will come with 32G of space and 64G of memory. It allows users to capture HD videos. Thousands of apps are available to the user from the largest app store that is Apple store as well as iTunes. For text input, there is a virtual QWERTY keyboard that is again one of the best keyboards and the phone allows Gmail, Email, MMS, SMS, and IM.
[b]Conclusion about comparison[/b]
1.Motorola Droid X2 has a bigger display at 4.3 inches than iPhone 5, which is 3,5 inches.
2.Motorola Droid X2 has a qHD (960 x 540) TFT LCD display whereas iPhone 5 has a better display (LED back-lit display with IPS technology and 960×640 pixels).
3.Rear camera of Droid X2 is powerful at 8 MP than that of iPhone 5.
4.Droid X2 has integrated Adobe flash player which is not there in iPhone 5.
5.Droid X2 support HDMI mirroring and mirroring is not possible with iPhone 5.
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Uh, Kimberly….I think this is spam!
As lovely as the X2 might be, a 4.3 inch screen is still way to small to display a page of music….
One thing about the Droids…..I’ve had 2 friends who have had the auto-correct go nuts.
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