Motorola’s Droid X to Compete Against Apple’s iPhone 4

by on June 24, 2010

With the announcement of selling off the Apple’s I4 in the 5 continents comes another news, But this time From the Verizon and Motorola who are planning to sell there latest mobile the Droid X, based on Google’s Android Software. Once again creating a tough competition for its apple counterpart, the Droid X phone is expected to go on sale from July 15th at an estimated cost of $200.

Loaded with a 4.3 inch super wide touch screen and an 8 mega pixel camera, Verizon is predicting a super come back in the market of smart phones with its Droid X. though it is also said by the famous analyst Avi Greengart that Motorola’s Droid X has a lot of hurdles accept the I phone, as it has to fight on the mobile shop shelf’s with the HTC Corp’s Popular Droid Incredible, which is already scoring big scores in the market.

The Droid X is expected to get hype in the market due to its few special features like buying or renting of full movies through Wi-Fi network on the mobile itself, and its flash supporting abilities. There are also rumors in the market about Verizon Wireless the biggest U.S. mobile provider, of gifting the Droid X users with the $29.99 per month unlimited data download service pack, now that’s something different for sure.

Motorola's Droid X smart phone. Credit: Reuters/Eric Thayer

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raj savani August 6, 2013 at 11:56 pm

it is a good comparison .i think so motorola is a good because the it has a android platform and this is a open source so user get the software easily.


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