Motorola Droid X Vs Samsung Galaxy S: Specs Compared on Video

By Alan Ng - Jul 26, 2010

Are you searching for a new handset and still can’t decide on what handset is best for you? Well, we have a video comparison for you to look at now, between the Motorola Droid X and the Samsung Galaxy S.

Both phones are considered to be the premium device for both Motorola and Samsung at the moment, so this comparison between the two will help you decide which is better out of the two in your opinion.

The video is split into two parts and comes to us courtesy of SmartPhoneEnvy. During the video, you’ll get a full rundown of specs for each device, while there is also a comparison of web browsers, with tests carried out using the same WiFi connection.

On the second part of the video, we get quick comparisons of YouTube videos, picture quality and video playback quality. Check out both parts below and let us know your thoughts on it.

Which handset is better in your opinion?

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  • lugosi

    please use actual benchmarking tools, these comps are useless…
    I own a droid x, moto widgets are unimpressive but you can get nice ones on market.
    and don't compare screens by pausing a video (really?), go to a store!
    samsung has a great screen, but droid x holds better in the sun…
    droid x specs are a bit better than samsung, and moto has a better history for OTA updates if you're interested by getting android 2.2 and even 3.0.
    hope this helps

  • guest

    and what makes the galaxy s better?

  • Mikey

    Samsung Galaxy S is way better!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jason

    Look at the Part 2 review at just about 0:43 into it. If you look at the Droid X screen, and focus on the "messages" widget there appears to be pixels blurred or burnt out. I have heard of the issues regarding these screens, but that is pretty bad to actually see it in the video review.

  • Andrii

    Galaxy S screen is MUCH better.

  • Christina

    Droid X seems much better. In regards to loading speed on the google maps, the functionality and view on the larger screen. The widgets could use some work but overall I think the Droid X takes home the prize.