Here is a good write up on the X. Phil's a fan! Motorola Droid X review | Android Central The wrap-up It's tempting to call the Motorola Droid X the latest biggest and best Android smartphone -- a lot like we did the Sprint Evo 4G, and Verizon Droid Incredible, and the ... OK, so we're going to do it again. The Droid X is the latest biggest and best Android smartphone. Its 4.3-inch touchscreen shines, Motorola's on-screen customizations don't overpower the experience (or get in the way like Motoblur), the camera is above-average, Verizon's network is still arguably the best, and so on and so forth. But you want some comparisons with other Android phones, right? Let's break it down: Droid X vs. the Droid Incredible The Droid X is bigger, has a similar 8MP camera, doesn't run HTC Sense (that's not a knock on Sense, but we understand not everybody likes it), shoots 720p video and can serve as a Wifi hotspot (two things the Incredible are rumored to get soon). Something they both have in common, of course, is that you can't actually buy either one just yet. The Droid X will be available July 15, while the Droid Incredible remains on backorder while it gets a screen refresh. If we had to pick one? Probably the Droid X, if only because it likely will have better availability at launch. Droid X vs. the Sprint Evo 4G Theses two are on a more level playing field. Both have a 4.3-inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GHz processor and Wifi hotspot. The Droid X feels thinner in your hand, but in actuality it's larger than the Evo. The Evo's not-so-secret weapon, however, is Sprint's 4G Wimax network. It's still being rolled out, and speeds can vary greatly. But it's better to have the option for 4G than not. The Evo has a front-facing camera (if you're into that sort of thing) and recently got a software update that improved battery life and helped its operating speed. Both phones have HDMI-out. In our minds, it's pretty much a draw. Droid X vs. the Samsung Galaxy S Verizon's getting the Galaxy S as the Fascinate, and it's going to be a touch decision. We've had hands-on time with the Fascinate, but it's going to take a more in-depth look to make a decision. The Fascinate has a slightly smaller screen at 4 inches, but some very unofficial benchmarking shows it a running 3D graphics a bit quicker. It's going to be a very tough call for those on Verizon, and it's a credit to the carrier that it's carrying two phones that have so many similarities. So should you buy it? We could keep comparing the Droid X to every other Android phone out there, but it really comes down to a few things. Are you fine with an on-screen keyboard? Are you OK with a 4.3-inch screen? Do you get good service from Verizon where you live and work? Answer yes to those three questions, that should pretty much seal the deal. So, yeah, it's the latest biggest and best Android smartphone. And we'll likely say the same thing about the Galaxy S class that's coming later this summer. We're in an interesting time with Android, with every carrier stepping up and providing compelling top-end smartphones. Motorola fans should be plenty happy with the Droid X. And in an age when smartphone shelf life is measured in a matter of months (if not weeks), the Droid X likely will be a talker for some time to come.