Motorola Droid X Review: Camera features get attacked

By Alan Ng - Jul 22, 2010

Are you still deciding on whether or not to pick up a Motorola Droid X handset from Verizon? If so, we have a new review for you to study – a detailed 10 page analysis from Ars Technica.

The Droid X from Verizon is a complete step up from the technical capabilities of the original Droid, and it is easy to see why the device has already sold out since launching a few days ago.

Ars highlights the combination of great hardware specs with impressive battery life, and also mentions that the Droid X is pretty good when it comes to customizable options.

However, they do reserve a fair portion of their review to comment on the poor camera features – according to them. They say that the camera hardware is ‘too noisy’ and the software for the camera is not very user-friendly.

The good thing is though, that these problems may be addressed in the forthcoming update to Android 2.2 Froyo. Head to their 10-page analysis of the Droid X in the link above, and let us know your thoughts on it.

Did they get it right?

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