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  1. jimbo1mcm

    jimbo1mcm Android Enthusiast
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    This is a great PHONE!!! I consistently get better reception in many of the same places as I was in before. Other people hear me clearer. Motorola remembered the basics. Everything else on this phone are goodies and they are very good. Iphone users: time to switch

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  2. ericnail

    ericnail Android Enthusiast

  3. gibbga

    gibbga Member

    Ditto this. Where I live in Atlanta, we have an online neighborhood forum where everything and anything is discussed. One of the frequently brought up topics is cellphone coverage, and EVERYBODY complains about not getting reception in a nearby Target. This past Thursday, my phone rang while I was in the Target, and I had a crystal clear conversation. I actually saw one lady look at me in amazement while walking down one of the aisles, not because of the conversation about what to pick-up there, but I knew it was because she just couldn't believe I could get reception there.
  4. Theibault

    Theibault Well-Known Member

    Even my 3G is better at my house. I only get 2 bars and it's much quicker than my Droid.
  5. matty032

    matty032 Android Enthusiast

    I get crystal clear calls where my boss with his Droid can't. Best reception phone I have ever owned.
  6. DROIDing

    DROIDing Android Enthusiast

    How do you like the camera and camcorder (especially in low light, and outdoors)?

    Upgrading from a Touch Pro 2... I'm sure this would blow my mind!
  7. Clittzen

    Clittzen Android Enthusiast


    I agree. I am thrilled with the reception. I have been a BB user and was so used to crystal clear perfect reception, when I got my Inc I thought I was looking the apocalypse in the face.

    The X has rendered that feeling absolete. :D
  8. DROIDing

    DROIDing Android Enthusiast

    Bump :)

    Also, I'm wondering how much and if the increased power, RAM, and processor of the new X and forthcoming Droid 2 will increase the 3G speed by tethering wirelessly to laptops and devices around the house compared to my pretty sluggish now-dated Touch Pro 2?

Motorola Droid X Forum

The Motorola Droid X release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, TI OMAP3630 processor, and 1540mAh battery.

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