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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by av8solo101, Jun 29, 2010.

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    Can anyone tell me where to find a comparison of the Droid X and Droid 2? As I see it now, I think the X will do me fine since I never use the hardware qwerty on my Moto Droid. I'm trying to decide on which to go with...I've almost worn out my Moto Droid and loved every bit of it.
     

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    Motorola Droid 2 fully exposed? -- Engadget

    How I see it...X has a larger screen, is lighter, faster processor and HDMI port. The 2 is one of the ugliest recent phones in memory, but will reportedly ship with Froyo and has a physical keyboard. The shipping with Froyo isn't a big deal since the X should be upgraded in late summer anyways (when the 2 becomes available). The only reason I can see for getting the 2 over the X is if you want a physical keyboard.
     
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    Yeah I think Droid 2 is just there to prove how useless HW keyboard has become in a world with large multi touch screen phones. I don't see too many Droid users getting Droid 2 as most of them deems the keyboard useless.
     
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    it was deemed useless because the keyboard was soooo bad. The buttons were mushy, and had little definition. Its said that both of those issues as well as the removal of the dpad have greatly improved the experience on the droid 2
     
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    If you need a physical keyboard get the Droid 2. Otherwise, Droid X all the way!!!
     

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