Just like the Droid the X display is Full Wide Video Graphics Array (FWVGA) which is 854 X 480 pixels and gives a true 16 X 9 format. The Droid's 3.7 in screen has 254 pixels per inch (ppi) density while the X's 4.3 in screen is 240 ppi and iPhone 4 is 326 ppi. Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) is reported to support screen resolutions of 1366 X 768 (Wide XGA) for screen sizes of 4 in or greater. This is also a 16 X 9 format. My question is both a hardware and a software question as it relates to the X. When Gingerbread comes out and supports higher screen resolutions will it allow the X to display a higher pixel density on the existing LCD display? This would increase the total number of pixels from 409.920 to 1,049,088 and as a result provide a significantly improved screen clarity that would surpass iPhone 4. There may be limitations due to the amount of additional screen memory required that could prevent this as well but I would just like to hear from any others that may know if this is a possible upgrade path for us future X users to look forward to.