Motorola and Google’s biggest Android smartphone under Verizon Wireless, Droid X, is full-geared and ready fight in the smartphone market arena all across the United States.
Droid X, the most anticipated Android phones to date, as the successor to Motorola’s Droid,one of the country’s best-selling handset powered with Google’s mobile OS. Droid X is composed of 8 GB of internal storage, an 8 MP camera, and a 1 GHz processor, the device runs on Android 2.1 and should be getting the 2.2 update anytime soon. It is priced at $200 after a 2-year contract subsidy and a $100 mail-in rebate.
The Droid X launching could not have happened at a better time. As a primary iPhone competitor, the Droid X is guaranteed flaw-free and on par with the iPhone 4’s processing power. Meanwhile, Apple is on the damage control machine like it has never been before.
The much awaited release of the Droid X restarts the Android vs iPhone battle in a new light. Earlier this year, Comscore, marketing research company, recorded that Android’s mobile market share exceeded the iPhone OS, though that’s largely because there are numerous Android phones instead of just few iPhones.