Mobile phone maker Motorola is gearing up for the launch of new Android-based handsets at Verizon Wireless, and the Motorola DROID X2 is reportedly one of them.
The new device
was rumored quite a few times before, but nothing was officially confirmed on it as of now.
However, following a wide range of leaked photos, videos and specs for it, a new clip with the DROID X2 is available now for your viewing pleasure.
The video will show only a test unit, which is running Android 2.2 Froyo, but it can still deliver impressive performance levels, at least this is what the Quadrant benchmarking test shows.
The new video emerged courtesy of TechnoBuffalo
, complemented by a series of hardware specifications on the upcoming mobile phone, and a possible mid-May release date.
According to the news site, they managed to run a Quadrant test, in which the mobile phone scored 2453, with a stock ROM on it, which is quite impressive, especially considering the fact that it was not a final unit.
The specifications list of the new mobile phone
would include a 4.3-inch screen that can deliver a qHD (960 x 540 pixel) resolution, complemented by an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with dual LED flash and support for 720p HD video recording.
The mobile phone is reportedly powered by a 1.2 GHz Dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, complemented by 768MB of RAM. It would come with a microSD memory card slot for expanding the available memory.
Other specifications and features of the new device would also include micro USB port, micro HDMI, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, light and proximity sensors, and, of course, the usual 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities, along with built-in GPS receiver.
Hopefully, the rumor would pan out, and Motorola
and Verizon would indeed manage to bring the new device to shelves as soon as next month, so stay tuned to learn more on the matter.