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Motorola Droid X review: hands-on pictures

14 comments
chris
chris

In fact, the Caddilac Escalade had the distinction of making the 10 Worst Vehicles list. Is that what you are saying about the Droid?

XnavyDK
XnavyDK

Hmm you know I contradicted myself in another post never to buy a 1.0 or first gen of anything, however I did due diligence when I purchased my droid phone and broke down and got one. No I didnt wait in line like and Izombie and get one on day one, it was 3 months later when i was due for an upgrade. Now the Droid X is near and appears to be a marked improvement over the First gen that I have not had any problems with and enjoy using. Upgrade or no Upgrade conundrum. If they improved the one thing was text size adjustment I will get one, maybe, on the fence...

tsecreto
tsecreto

Looks like the HTC EVO without the 4G Radio.

eric2820
eric2820

It still isn't up to the same levele as the iPhone 4G!

sserwe
sserwe

The iPhone 4G is riddled with problems and AT&T is one of the most disorganized companies in existence.

j-mccurdy
j-mccurdy

I think i phone4 is just the model. I don't think it is actually a 4g phone, I doubt that Apple minds how many people are misled about that.

ZCorrea
ZCorrea

As long as Apple = AT&T, no thanks.

LDabreau
LDabreau

I'm with you, that's why I'm switching back to Verizon.

jeffer3
jeffer3

I feel like an idiot for trying an iPhone with Bell. After 7 years with Blackberry my old eyes liked the larger viewing for technical drawings. If only I could retrieve them! Sick to death of Bell and iPhone - agreed, never again! I am going to take a six hundred dollar hit to get away - worth every penny. I am on my 4th iPhone since March because Bell does nothing, and Apple can't hold Bell to anything near service. Great apps for kids............

mdeans
mdeans

The strongest argument for them I've seen revolves around true remote desktop capabilities. PhoneMyPC for android and the LogMeIn app for IPhone make them invaluable for trouble-shooting quickly and conveniently. It's the added flexibility of the android platform that pushes me in that direction, that and the much lower cost of ownership for all the time waisting activities coupled with the ability to use an android phone for storage and access on any system with a USB port.

dlbrumfiel
dlbrumfiel

Take Away all the games and gadget apps and how many are actually of any use other then to kill time? goes for both the iphone and android

BlazNT2
BlazNT2

The only thing I find more "superior" is the amount(amount not quality or price) of apps offered by iPhone. The phone its self I found incomplete when it first came out. It is now just becoming almost complete. AT&T is the other reason. Never again.

juanuby
juanuby

I still don't understand what is so superior about the iphone. Maybe "I just don't get it" I've used it and it's just not that impressive. I personally enjoy the android and blackberry platforms so much better. I have a friend that was amazed that their iphone "talks" to them when giving directions. Mine has done that since day one, as well as folders, multitasking, wallpapers, video, etc since day one. I just don't get it.

gbarr17
gbarr17

First, I think the X is nice and would love to have one. I'm not sure if this would mean I am restricted to belt loop mounting accessories or will have to change my wardrobe to cargo shorts and parchute pants. It may be worth it if it means I can skip out on an iPad.