The Droid X 2 might be nearing its official announcement. The successor to Moto’s first supersize phone is at least alive and well according to a forum post at The MobiZone where a bunch of pics and specs were posted. The post has since been pulled, but thanks to the wonders of the cache, the info survived for your enjoyment.
- NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor
- 1GB RAM
- QHD LCD Display – 540 x 960 Resolution (Same as Motorola Bionic)
- 3G Only – No LTE/4G
- 8MP Rear Facing Camera (No Front Cam)
- Froyo (Android 2.2) – Could get Gingerbread (Adnroid 2.3) before launch
- New Moto Blur (Same as Droid Bionic)
- FM Radio
- Locked/Encrypted BootLoader
- Launch in Q2 of 2011
- No Hardware Camera button
Sounds great, right? The dual-core CPU, high-res screen and the same UI as the Droid Bionic. Well, Engadget apprently dug up slightly different specs that puts the Droid X 2 at a slightly lower tier with a 1.2GHz single-core CPU, 768MB of RAM and 4.3-inch WVGA (854 x 480) display. Either way, it seems the Bionic is set to live as Motorola’s top VZW offering with the Droid X 2 hitting slightly below it.