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Old June 24th, 2010, 01:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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We all know what the Droid X is and what its guts are made of. And its got me sold. However, lets just play the what if game?

The Droid X same size, same design, out of the box including:

  • 2.2 Froyo stock Android
  • Improved battery life
  • Flash 10.1
  • LED notifications
  • Flush touch buttons
  • Improved higher res display

That's all I could think of at the time

What would change about the Droid X? What's your "Dream Droid"


(I love the Droid X, this thread is not here to bash it)

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Umm, we don't even know what the battery life is yet, so why is it already a negative? And I saw on the spec sheet that it has a tri color led.
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Umm, we don't even know what the battery life is yet, so why is it already a negative? And I saw on the spec sheet that it has a tri color led.

1. We actually do have a idea of how it will be, they said it was about the same as the Droid, which I am not saying is bad, but a better one wouldn't hurt now would it?

2. I had no idea Where are these lights going to be at? Check one off the list I guess


Oh and I do believe you missed the point of this thread, It is not to point out the negatives, but to see what could have been.
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Well, they're claiming 8 hours of talk time, and 220 of standby.

iphone 4 claims 7 hours of talk time, so its all gravy baby.
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1. We actually do have a idea of how it will be, they said it was about the same as the Droid, which I am not saying is bad, but a better one wouldn't hurt now would it?
Verizon says 6.5hrs talk time for the original Droid and 8hrs for the X.
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The X has a built in battery management so we will see how that helps out.
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The X has a built in battery management so we will see how that helps out.
I saw this too. Looks very promising
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