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Motorola Made Zero Changes to the Look of the Droid X With Upcoming Droid X2

For some reason that I really can’t comprehend Motorola has decided to change nothing about the look and feel of their Droid X line in regards to its successor, which is creatively called the Droid X2.  PocketNow.com managed to score some press photos of Motorola’s X2, and if they didn’t list it as the successor to the Droid X I would’ve had no idea that the pictures were of a new model phone.  It’s as if the just reused the template for the Droid X and dumped some updated hardware into it.  The Droid X2 will come with the tegra 2 processor, 768 MB of RAM, qHD display, and an 8MP camera, but it won’t have 4G capabilities.

 

The Droid X 2, or The Droid X With a New Name

Uh what?  It’s bad enough that Motorola made the Droid X 2 look exactly the same as the original X, but the fact that they left out 4G makes absolutely no sense.  There’s really no reason to get this phone unless you want a slightly more powerful Droid X.  I just find Motorola’s design decisions to be quite odd.  Hey, at least the Droid X 2 will ship with Gingerbread and the newest version of Motosh*t, I mean MotoBlur!  I guess it’s not a complete waste.  You’ve been hating on new phones that aren’t really new looking…

 

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Via [AndroidNews]

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Matt Heywood is the founder and EIC of EntertainmentBuddha.com where he strives to make you a better geek, one post at a time! When he’s not scouring the Internet for interesting nuggets of awesomeness he can be found in his secret lair enjoying the latest and greatest video games, taking pictures of toys, or talking Star Wars on EB’s Star Wars Time podcast show.