Motorola Droid X

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Motorola Droid X
5
Our Score
Motorola Droid X
Overview
ModelMotorola Droid X
Dimensions65.3mm x 127.5mm x 9.9mm
Weight155g
Operating SystemAndroid
Latest OS Version2.3.4
Market StatusAvailable
Price-
Release Date15 Jul 2010
Hardwarehardware
Processor1 GHz Cortex-A8
Processor Speed1 GHz
Processor Cores1
GPU PowerVR SGX530
RAM-
Displaydisplay
Display TechnologyTFT LCD
Resolution480 x 854
Pixels Per Inch228
Cameracamera
Rear Camera8 MP
Front Camera-
Video Cameratick
Video FPS24
Max Video Resolution720 x 1280
Storagestorage
Internal Memory6.5 GB
Maximum Storage Space32 GB
Memory Card Type-
SIM TypeMini SIM
Dual SIMcross
Batterybattery
Battery TypeLi-Ion
Battery Capacity1540 mAh
Standby Time9 days
Talk Time8 hours
Replaceable Batterytick
Connectivityconnectivity
GPRScross
Wifitick
3Gtick
4Gcross
GPStick
A-GPStick
Bluetoothtick
3.5mm Headphone Jacktick
Technical Performance
CPU
0.3
GPU
2.6
RAM
0.8
Overall
1.3
The Motorola Droid X has terrible performance. You should avoid this phone if you want to install modern apps or games.
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Technical Specifications
The Droid X, manufactured by Motorola, was released in July 2010. With a processor speed of 1 GHz and 0 MB of RAM, the Motorola Droid X has poor specifications. Don't expect it to run games or apps that are at all complex.
$
5.6
Value for Money
We've given this phone a fairly mediocre value rating. We think that the Motorola Droid X is a decent phone, but that $0.00 is not a particularly competitive price for the performance that it delivers.
display
3.8
Display Quality
The Motorola Droid X has a pixel density of 228 PPI. By today's standards this display delivers fairly average screen clarity. The overall Motorola Droid X screen display resolution is 480x854 pixels wide and tall, making it exhibit pretty standard screen resolution dimensions when compared on the modern smartphone market today.
camera
3.9
Camera Quality
The Motorola Droid X has a 8 MP camera. A phone camera of this type is currently about average within the phone camera market. By today's standards you can expect a pretty good photo from the Motorola Droid X.
storage
1.9
Storage Capacity
The Motorola Droid X has an internal memory of 6.5GB, and can be expanded with up to 32GB extra space, which offers a fairly low amount of space, minimizing any hopes for a large multimedia library of music, videos, and images. With a maximum potential storage of 38.5 GB and an estimated average compressed image file size of 4 MB, the Motorola Droid X would be able to hold about 9856 high quality images with nothing else taking up memory space.
battery
2
Battery Life
The overall Motorola Droid X battery capacity is 1540 mAh (ampere-hours), which is very low. The Motorola Droid X has a talk time of 8 hours and a standby time of 9 days. In the modern smartphone market, this leaves you with a very low phone battery life.
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User Ratings
7
Value
7
Performance
7
Lifespan
7.5
Score