Unboxing the Motorola Droid X, part 1 Feast your eyes, little monkeys – I have a Motorola Droid X review unit, thanks to the lovely people at Verizon! Expect some pictures soon, but for now take a look at my unboxing video (above) and my first power on video (after the break)… Advertisements Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Related 15 thoughts on “Unboxing the Motorola Droid X, part 1” Add yours Pingback: Unboxing the Motorola Droid X, part 1 « tnkgrl Mobile | Droid X Hack I am an iPhone 3G user with a contract running out in a month. For many reasons, I will be going Android, and am very interested in how the battery for EVO and DroidX compare to my iPhone 3G’s battery. Can you conduct a test where each is put through the same rigors? I haven’t seen much battery comparison published anywhere. Keep up the great work! (BTW, I am in a Sprint 4G area) Reply All of these devices pretty much have to be charged daily. In my experience so far, the Droid X appears to be marginally better than the EVO 4G but both are slightly worse than the iPhone 3G. Reply the droid x is way better than iphone 3g it has twice the prossesor power 5 more megapixel camera , hd video recording hdmi . so how can you even compare iphone 3g or 4g to the droid x Reply The Droid X is definitely better than the iPhone 3G! Speaking of which, look out for my upcoming iPhone 4 vs. Droid X camera review: basically the iPhone 4 wins for video, but the Droid X wins for pictures… Reply Battery life on the Droid X is said to blow other smartphones out of the watter. However, using it like a normal phone aka texting and using the internet multiple times through the day, it will last you about a full work day. From wake up to home arrival. Reply Pingback: Motorola Droid X Unboxed, Now Tracking in the Portal | Carrypad i am disappointed with the camera of the droid x. Would You recommend the droid x or htc incredible. I have two more months until i can get a new phone and contract. The droid x biggest thing that makes me crave it is the screen size but back to the question which phone would you recommend the incredible or x Reply i forgot to mention but you probably have gather this i am on the Verizon network and any new phone would be nice because i am coming off the env2 and I would like to have to keypad for next phone. Reply I think that for stills, the Incredible camera is better than the Droid X camera. The only advantage of the Droid X is the physical shutter button and HD video recording. There’s a rumored software update coming that adds HD video recording to the Incredible. Here’s my Incredible camera review: https://tnkgrl.wordpress.com/2010/05/30/google-nexus-one-vs-htc-incredible-camera/ Reply I have the droid x and it is better than the incredible by far . the camera by the way on the droid x is better . the droid x has a hdmi port on it so you can hook it up to tv . when it gets the 2.2 update you will be able to use the droid x as a mobile hotspot which allows you to access the internet on other devices like laptop using your phone . Reply @tnkgrl- i’m trying to decide between the X and the incredible, I just ordered the X but i’m worried about not recieving the 2.2 update as well as rumored motorola bloatware. Could you clear this up? Reply I like the Incredible software better, but the Droid X hardware better. Does that answer your question? Reply good things come to those who wait i have the droid x and it is awesome and when it gets 2.2 update it will be unstopable Reply Hey everyone I just bought the new iPhone 4 this phone is hott!!! I had one problem with it I couldn’t find one anywhere they were sold out at almost every AT&T retailer?I finally found one on http://WWW.INSPECTAGADGETS.COM I got it in 3 days and they shipped it for free, it’s a good site to see the latest reviews on all the top of the line gadgets out right now?Check it out Reply Leave a Reply to tnkgrl Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.