Motorola Droid X - What do you want to know?
We've got a Droid X, and you have questions. You know the drill, folks. Let's keep things clean and organized in this thread. Ask away, and I'll get you some answers in a few days. (Apologies for not replying directly in this thread.)
- 06-23-2010, 04:17 PM #2
- 06-23-2010, 04:18 PM #3
After working with the Blur on this device can you compare to the incredible and sense?
Is the keyboard larger on the X than the incredible?
Can you read the threaded messaging on the screen while still having the keyboard up?
Does the screen rotate both ways?
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- 4.1.1 with Sense 4+
Any word on a pre-order date?
What is your impression of the menu hard keys (as opposed to capacitive buttons on HTC devices, such as the Incredible and EVO)?
How is the fit and finish? (Moto is usually known for solid hardware) I am particularly interested in the spaces around the hard keys. Seems like it would be an area for dust to accumulate.
Does the contact management work better than HTC Sense? It appears Moto Blur, or just Moto, integrates Twitter feeds and info into the contact apps; where as HTC does not.
How many screens do you get? (I think that I read nine somewhere.)
How is the refresh rate of the camera?
Did you find the OMAP processor to better, worse of the same as the Snapdragon?
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Ok, so I have read conflicting info on the screen. Is it AMOLED or LCD? How is it in sunlight? Personally I would prefer a sunlight friendly LCD over the pretty colors of AMOLED. Super AMOLED would be great but Samsung is keeping that for their own phones right now ;-(
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Not sure if you still have access to the phone or not, but here goes...
Given the importance of the framerate limit on the EVO to some users (myself included), could you run a benchmark on the Droid X to see if a similar problem exists? Easiest way to check would be to install "fps2d" from the market and let us know what your average score is.