Outside of the surprising removal of the camera button and an oh-so-subtle color tweak, the original Droid X and the thus-far unannounced Droid X2 are pretty much the exact same phone… on the outside.
On the inside, however, it’s a whole different beast. The processor has been bumped from a single-core 1Ghz CPU to a 1.2 Ghz dual-core, RAM has jumped from 512 MB to 768 MB, and the screen resolution has climbed from 854×480 to 960×540. Alas, though it’s clearly a Verizon phone, there’s no mention of LTE/4G support.
Care to see just what those specs can do? Check out the video after the jump.
An anonymous tipster sent a video of the Droid X2 in action over to our buddies at TechnoBuffalo. While the glance at the hardware itself isn’t too exciting (again, it’s almost indistinguishable from the Droid X), man oh man do things seem to be running smooth. The tipster sneaks in a quadrant benchmark test there at the end, where the handset scores a rather impressive 2453 (whereas the original Droid X scores somewhere around 1442).