Verizon Wireless Droid X

  • Verizon Wireless Droid X
86
Based on 20 scores, 46 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    12
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Large screen; takes great video and photos; bigger virtual keyboard keys.
  • Gorgeous Large Display, Camera Is Great, Fast Operation.
  • Beautiful 4.3-inch display, Intuitive, full-featured software.

Cons:

  • Not as responsive as it should be; some lockups during testing.
  • Camera Is Great…When It Works Right, Design Is Somewhat PocketUnfriendly, Android Market Still Limited

Expert reviews and ratings

By MobilesRoom on 87

Motorola Droid X ME811 ReviewLooking for a cellphone that performs blazing fast and operates real smooth? You can make a dash for the new Motorola DROID X ME811. Read the complete Motorola Droid X review to see what the phone has on offer.Motorola...

By Government Computer News on

S Another problem we experienced with the Droid X was an occasional lockup. We would push the power button to turn the unit on, but nothing would happen other than the big M for Motorola symbol popping up on the screen. When that happened, we could...

By GadgetReview on 80

The Droid X, the successor to last year’s Droid, is Motorola’s beast of a phone released earlier this summer. I’m coming at the phone from a somewhat unique perspective. Before I reviewed the Droid X, I had never used an Android phone...

By BrightHub on 100

The Motorola Droid X is a beast of a smartphone, exclusively released on Verizon. Following the much anticipated and much loved predecessor, the Motorola Droid, the Motorola Droid X has not missed a step. Taking advantage of being on a powerful and...

By Mobility Site on

The Motorola Droid X is a supreme powerhouse of functionality with its big, high definition screen, 8 MPX dual flash camera and HD camcorder with an HDMI port for output to TVs and projectors. While it may not have as many apps yet as the iPhone,...

By infoSync World on 95

A phone that packs so much power is not hard to come by these days, but the Motorola Droid X offers more than the average bear. It's a lightning quick phone, thanks to one of the best processors on the market, offers great coverage, has a seemingly...

By HotHardware on

There have been a lot of really great Android phones that have entered the market over the last year. Some of these phones are average, and others set the bar for greatness. Previously, HTC and Verizon Wireless upped the ante with the Droid...

By Ubergizmo on

The Motorola Droid X has arrived to augment Motorola's high-end smartphone offering. With an enormous screen and a fast hardware platform, the Droid X has many advantages when compared against its peers. The sheer size of the screen makes a lot of...

By Hardware Secrets on

Verizons Droid phones just keep getting better and better. The Droid was good. The Droid Incredible was better. The Droid X is now the best. Its larger screen, better camera, Bluetooth voice dialing, and Wi-Fi hotspot feature will make it the...

By PCPer on

All in all, the Droid X is a great Android phone, and a great Smartphone in general. While the excitement of a device like this may be lessened because of all of the recent phone launches, it is still a solid example of a good phone. While everyone...

By Ars Technica on

The Droid X is an impressive device that delivers a lot of compelling functionality. It couples outstanding hardware specifications with a great battery life and some useful software customizations. The product's weak areas are in the incompleteness...

By Brighthand on

My overall impression of the Motorola Droid X is almost uniformly positive. The screen is large, bright, and beautiful to look at. The speaker is of exceptional quality, and the phone is responsive to my every command. Entertainment is the real focus...

By Funkyfresh on

Sunday, 18 July 2010 06:28 The DROID X from Motorola could not have launched at a better time. With Apple in turmoil over its flawed antenna design in the new iPhone4, the market is ripe for competing smart phones that may not have the elegance of an...

By Macworld on 90

The follow-up to Motorola’s wildly popular Droid on Verizon, the Droid X is one of the hottest phones to debut this summer. Its specs outshine those on the other Droid phones available on the network, but it falters a bit when it comes to...

By PhoneDog on

DROID X is an awesome superphone, and is a much needed form factor in the Verizon lineup. The 1 GHz processor, combined with the 4.3-inch display and8.0-megapixel camera, make this an incredibly feature-rich device that blew through everything I...

By Gadgetell on

For those of you that have been holding out for this day, the moment has arrived: your DROID X is here. For Motorola the Droid platform has really taken off and allowed the brand to reinvent itself and completely remove memories of the RAZR. Admit...

By Gizmodo on

Dipped in clarified cyborg testosterone as it comes off the assembly line, the Droid X is sci-fi machismo congealed into a phone. Yet it's gelded by steroidal software—a fussy, awkward android with acne the size of asteroids. Available today,...

By Geek.com on

If you are in the market for a new mobile phone and you want one that very well might be the best available today (well, tomorrow) then you might want to look into Verizon’s Droid X. Designed by Motorola, the Droid X is the Android superphone...

By ConnectReviews on

Product At-a-Glance Pros Large 4.3” TFT display. Quality 8 MP camera with auto-focus and dual flash. Mobile hotspot capability. Mini-HDMI out for connecting to a TV. Cons Large form factor due to large screen. Screen not quite up to snuff compared to...

By LetsTalk on 86

With a screen that turns your eyes into captivated apertures of ecstasy. Web-busting speed that transforms your arms into blistering, churning pistons. And intuition that manifests itself as your sixth sense. There's no end to what your device can...