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Verizon Wireless DROID X lands on July 15th for $199

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:41PM EST

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Earlier today we were at the big event and covered the DROID X as it was announced, now it is time for us to take a step back and give you the details, summarized and presented BGR-style. So for all you diehards waiting for the DROID X, here are the official, drool-worthy specs:

  • Texas Instrument 1GHz Processor
  • 4.3″ display with 854 x480 resolution, 400,000 pixels
  • 8GB on board storage
  • 8 MP camera with dual flash, HD camcorder
  • 16 GB microSD card expansion (expandable to 32GB)
  • Integrated Multitouch keyboard, optional Swype keyboard
  • 3G Mobile hotspot functionality with support for up to 5 devices, 2GB cap, $20 monthly fee
  • GPS
  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi
  • Support for Exhange and Gmail for Business
  • Adobe Flash Player 10.1 ready
  • Android 2.1 with a toned down version of Motoblur

Before your are disappointed by the lack of Flash and the older Android 2.1 OS, Verizon confirmed that it will release an upgrade offering both Android 2.2 and Flash 10.1 support in the latter half of the summer. The DROID X will land on July 15th for $199 after $100 mail in rebate and a two year customer agreement. Anyone whose contract is ending by December 31, 2010 can upgrade early to any smartphone, including the DROID X, with the full subsidy!