Motorola’s upcoming dual core, Android powered handset, the Droid X2 has been in the news in the past couple of weeks. The first news about thee existence of the handset came when a pictures of the phone were leaked. It was followed by another leak that threw some light on the kind of specs this device is expected to sport. Anyway, today, in an official leak of sorts, the Droid X2 has appeared on the websites of both Verizon and Motorola. Of course, we are not talking about a dedicated page for the phone – but subtle references to the device in the accessories and support section of the websites.
For example, the phone is listed to be compatible with two accessories on the Verizon website while Motorola page has the entire user manual- which for an unannounced handset, makes for an interesting read. As for the specs of the device here’s the almost confirmed final data sheet:
We start with the now top of the line standard a 4.3-inch qHD display and then follow it up with a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC that runs at 1Ghz. The camera bit is taken care of by an 8 megapixel sensor. It gets 8GB of internal memory and 512MB of RAM. The not so awesome sounding part? Well, in today’s age of Android 2.3, this one still runs Android 2.2. Also, this one doesn’t get a 4G/LTE chip inside. So, you might feel kinda left out should you live in that awesome part of the US where you have 4G coverage. And hey, no front camera! That’s excusable, right?
We have no tentative release dates for this one yet – but the day the Droid X2 will replace its older sibling, the “original” Droid X doesn’t seem too far away.