Editors Liked

  • 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
  • Excellent qHD screen, Solid, slim design, Great performance
  • First Verizon handset to feature a dualcore processor, Gigantic and highres display, Shoots great looking photos, Fantastic calling quality
  • Lovely design and quality, fast, strong reception and good voice
  • The 4.3" display can be extremely bright, Good build quality (with one very minor exception details below), Very good battery life. You can easily get a full day of moderate use out of the X2. With lighter use, two days is feasible, Depending on how you l
  • Speedy processor. Sharp screen. Solid build. Great camera. HDMI video mirroring
  • New MOTOBLUR is improved, tough physical design, dualcore potential, fast data (at times)
  • First Verizon handset to feature a dualcore processor, Gigantic and highres display, Shoots great looking photos, Fantastic calling quality
  • The Motorola Droid X2 features a qHD display and a dual-core processor for faster performance. The Android smartphone offers good call quality and battery life
  • Large, highresolution display, Excellent call quality, Dualcore speeds

Editors Didn't Like

  • Poor screen quality, No 4G LTE, Still on Android 2.2, NinjaBlur UI is clunky, No front-facing camera
  • Call quality is mediocre, lacks a frontfacing camera, expensive for a 3Gonly device
  • No LTE, No Gingerbread, No camera button
  • Unchanged design, Muddy looking 720p video recording, Low signal strength
  • No front camera and no 4G
  • No 4G. Some stutters in performance
  • Stuttering audio, often useless 720p video, inconsistent performance, dated design, runs hot, no forwardfacing camera
  • Unchanged design, Muddy looking 720p video recording, Low signal strength
  • The Droid X2 lacks 4G support and a front-facing camera. The smartphone is a bit bulky and Motorola's custom UI won't please everyone
  • No 4G speeds, Dismal video capture, No frontfacing camera