Motorola Droid X2

  • Motorola Droid X2
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Based on 13 scores, 30 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Highquality screen with good viewing angles, Speedy dualcore processor, Good call quality, Spacious onscreen keyboard.
  • Dual-core Tegra 2 processor, Rugged and sturdy design, Great touch keyboard, Phone call clarity, Decent battery life
  • Impressive performance, excellent display and build quality, comes bundled with tons of apps, good battery life.

Cons:

  • Some may not like Motoblur user interface, Poor video quality, No 4G capabilities
  • Poor screen quality, No 4G LTE, Still on Android 2.2, NinjaBlur UI is clunky, No front-facing camera

Expert reviews and ratings

By ConsumerSearch on -

The successor to the Droid X, the Droid X2, features the same design as the original but adds a powerful boost in hardware, according to reviewers. The speedy dual-core processor and high-quality 4.3-inch qHD screen create an excellent gaming and...

By G4tv.com on 60

Video Review: The Motorola Droid X2 features a giant 4.3" QHD touch screen, Android 2.2 OS, 8 megapixel camera, dual core processor and more for only $100 with a contract. But are these enough for browsing the web or watching a movie? Kevin Pereira...

By Skatter Tech on -

There’s no question about it, the Droid X2 had enormous shoes to fill—the Droid X was one of the best smart phones released on the Verizon network last year. Priced at $200 with a 2-year contract, the Droid X2 is certainly on par with the...

By Phone Arena on -

Okay, we get that Motorola likes to have variety, but after checking out what the two handsets are able to bring to the table, it’s very hard to side with the DROID X2. When looking at their same $199.99 pricing, it’s blatantly obvious that the...

By Ubergizmo on -

Good) The Motorola Droid X2 is a good phone, but I think that Motorola could have made it better in terms of physical design, photo capabilites, and user interface. If you are the type of power user who only cares about the specifications, the...

By Digital Trends on 70

The Droid X2 is a great 3G Android phone, but if you want to be on the cutting edge, keep...

By AnandTech on -

Almost exactly one year ago we reviewed and thoroughly explored the Motorola Droid X. At that point, its 1 GHz OMAP 3630 made it a competent performer and a worthy successor to the original Motorola Droid, and likewise competition for 1 GHz QSD8250...

By Dev Hardware on -

In this smartphone review, we will be showcasing the Motorola Droid X2 mobile device.The Motorola Droid X2 offers sturdy performance and design, plus a full set of features for Verizon Wireless customers. The smartphone is available for $199.99 after...

By Chip Chick on -

The Motorola Droid X2 offers a fine set of improvements over its predecessor. But despite sporting some top quality components, it lacks some “premium” features like a front facing camera. But most of all, we wish they had made it into a 4G...

By Pocketables on -

The Droid X2 almost sums up what is best about the Android operating system. Great hardware and pretty great software, but that MOTOBLUR skin keeps it from being my next phone. It's okay for average users, but let's be blunt here: none of us...

By Pocketnow on 80

With the nearly identical design to last year’s Droid X, the Droid X2 may not turn any heads. Of course the power of the Droid X2 will cause many heads to spin. The speed of the NVIDIA Tegra 2 is astonishing and combined with the Droid X2’s...

By Funkyfresh on -

Tuesday, 14 June 2011 20:05 The Droid X2 is very similar to the original Droid X. It has an improved higher resolution display and dual-core processor but now lacks the dedicated camera button. Motorola ships the Droid X2 with version 2.2.2 of the...

By BrightHub on 60

The Motorola Droid X2 is disappointingly just an 'Average' ranked smartphone. The original Droid X made quite a powerful entrance into the smartphone market and unfortunately, the successor, the Droid X2 seems to have fizzled with its debut....

By Android Central on -

Motorola's dual-core Droid X2 is a solid sequel to the 2010 best-seller When the Motorola Droid X first hit Verizon Wireless last July, it was thrilling in a number of ways. Not only did it represent Verizon's commitment to a high end line of...

By Engadget on 80

The $200 Droid X2 is definitely a worthy successor to the Droid X name. The design still cuts a striking profile and of course the new dual-core processor won't leave you wanting. However, the lack of LTE connectivity just might. Sure, Verizon...

By CellPhoneQuick on -

Motorola DROID X was one of my favorite phones on Verizon Wireless when it was released. I usually don’t prefer larger displays on devices, but the DROID X made it work for me. It was fast, I actually liked a lot of Motorola’s customizations...

By The Boy Genius Report on -

Here’s the thing… the Motorola DROID X was one of my favorite phones on Verizon Wireless when it was released. I usually don’t prefer larger displays on devices, but the DROID X made it work for me. It was fast, I actually liked a lot...

By MobileTechReview on 80

Motorola has smartly updated the original Droid X, one of our favorite 2010 phones, in just the right ways. They’ve left the excellent industrial design and quality materials while improving display resolution and quality, CPU performance (nice...

By SlashGear on -

The original DROID X shifted the Android game forward; we even suggested that, with Android 2.2 in place, it could be the Google phone to beat. Unfortunately it seems Motorola has let that kudos go to its head in designing the DROID X2. The...

By Android Police on -

Update: June 4, 2011 - I've taken an awful lot of flak for this review (and that's fine). I stand by the review because I can't honestly recommend this phone in good conscience. With that in mind, I realize that not everyone may share my...