Droid X: new Android flagship phone breaks cover

Shiny new tablet phone - but is it coming to the UK?

The Motorola Droid X - the latest Next Big Thing in the Android world - has officially broken cover in the US.

The new phone is very similar to the Milestone XT720 we were treated to recently - which means it possibly won't make it to the UK.

However, there is one difference: a 4.3-inch display dubbed a '720p screen'.

Ridiculous resolution

We assume the latter means it can pump out HD content to TVs, as a 1280x720 screen at this size would be frankly ridiculous.

There's no more official word on specs as yet, but it's got an HDMI-out port, which means it's likely to record in HD; again, like the Motorola Milestone XT720.

We'll keep an eye out to see if this little gem drops over here, but don't get your hopes up too much - save all that for the Motorola Milestone 2 instead.

Via Unwired View



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