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Old September 5th, 2011, 06:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old September 5th, 2011, 06:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The ad is a little too large, would you please shrink it? ;o)
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Old September 5th, 2011, 08:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The Droid X has been scheduled for EOL since March.

No surprises here.
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Old September 6th, 2011, 02:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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its why if you call in for an insurance replacement you get the dx2 instead
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Phones get discontinued all the time, I'm surprised it took this long for the X.....in my mind it had been discontinued for a while now, maybe it's because I'm already looking forward to a new phone
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the real question is once we all upgrade to another phone, what do you plan to do with your DX? i'm seriously thinking about holding onto mine. this is without a doubt the best phone i've ever owned. newer ones my be bigger, faster, better, but i'm gonna have a hard time parting with this one.
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Received an insurance replacement a couple of weeks back and it was the X. Of course, I would have gladly accepted an X2 instead.
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I can't read that, too small.

I saw the X at Target for $39.99. I guess there are some new ones still floating around.
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its why if you call in for an insurance replacement you get the dx2 instead
Not 100% accurate. several on here have gotten X as replacement in last month.
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Not 100% accurate. several on here have gotten X as replacement in last month.
I got DX replacement Tuesday. Asurion

But it does have teh newest OEM ginger bread
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Build 4.5.1_57_DX5-32

Thinking of selling it and buying Bionic since I've been due for upgrade as of July.

Going to wait though and read on reviews....youtube vids dont show it to be as smooth as most assumed(galaxy SII is smoother)

but of course....our guys will get their hands on it and advance it to its PROPER potential
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Am still happy with my droid x(rooted and overclocked) and i don't see the need to get a new phone . as far as being discontinue it happens to the best of the phones so new models can be release . No surprise here or disappointment.
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the real question is once we all upgrade to another phone, what do you plan to do with your DX? i'm seriously thinking about holding onto mine. this is without a doubt the best phone i've ever owned. newer ones my be bigger, faster, better, but i'm gonna have a hard time parting with this one.
I'll be holding on to mine, or more accurately, it will go to my daughter, as a fancy MP3 player and so she can play games.
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Old September 14th, 2011, 08:22 AM   #13 (permalink)
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As long as it continues to receive updates for a few more months, I'm good. Agreed with the majority that this is the best phone I have ever owned.
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yes by far the best phone, im going to samsung next though, because moto has scorned me on the encrypted bootloader deal, but hopefully the next one will be great, droid prime here i come
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