On Expansys stock is due 12/07/2010, Come on Motorola, Release, but at £439 I will wait a month or 2 until the price is below £380, the desire is selling for below £400 so will wait for the price drops.
[deleted post]I thought Wave users were polite and sticking to the Wave comment board. Never expected such a thing from you. It's usually the jealous i4 owners that do such things. Shame on you, and 10/10/10 from me.
blueckz, 02 Jul 2010Can someone from singapore or of those countries currently carrying this handset post a video ... moreTotally agree there are only a couple of youtube posts & no 720p video samples, hopefully now released in the UK more youtube videos & flickr photos will be released.
Can someone from singapore or of those countries currently carrying this handset post a video review on youtube and share it with us?
I see theres quite a number of users saying that the owned the handset. So if possible, pls make a video review. The more the merrier...!! cheers..
this smartphone has good features plus it has 512mb ram which is good plus it has Xenon Flash too...
After seeing a string of midrange devices like the CLIQ XT, Devour, and Flipout go by, we were beginning to wonder when (or if) Motorola would make another grandiose play at the Android crown the same way it had with the Droid the first time around -- but with the introduction of the Droid X, we're happy to say that they finally have. Problem is, this isn't the same marketplace that Moto was dealing with back in late 2009; high-end Android gear is easier to come by than ever before (Samsung's massive four-carrier blowout with the Galaxy S series is powerful evidence of that), and most of it is... well, really quite good. This isn't about taking candy from a baby anymore and waltzing into unmet demand for a type of phone that hadn't existed before -- it's about competing really, really hard. It's about forgetting the Droid's success, just as the company has struggled to forget the RAZR's.
Cast in that light, the Droid X becomes a much less magical phone than the Droid was. It's good, and it's a pretty enjoyable execution of Android 2.1, but it's not a must-have phone -- especially in light of the Droid Incredible and the upcoming Droid 2. From a hardware perspective, this phone is pretty much a bang-on execution of what a high-end mobile powerhouse should be, but Motorola clearly still has work to do in order to play in the same software league as HTC does with Sense. If it can get there -- or heck, if it can just offer this phone with stock Froyo -- you've got perhaps the best Android phone ever made
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2010will this phone get an update to 2.2?100000% ya
gsm arena please preview/review this phone a.s.a.p!! i'm really interested..
may b it did hv 512.. mayb is the kernal version not the 2.2.. can refer herE>>>
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2010look at here
The... moreGSMArena wrote that this phone has 512MB of RAM.
But in the link, it is said 256MB. I wonder which one is right..
Vale, 01 Jul 2010The specs here say the processor ir 720Mhz, but the spec sheet at motorola say its 550Mhz whic... morelook at here
The MILESTONE™ XT720 makes high-definition video recording and playback easy, with HDMI and Wi-Fi connectivity. The 3.7-inch touch screen and 8-megapixel camera with xenon flash make it a serious digital imaging device, all in a thin and elegant design.
Processor and memory
Processor TI OMAP3440
Processor Clock Speed Up to 720 MHz
RAM 256 MB
Flash ROM 512 MB
User Storage Available (max) 256 MB
Size (diagonal) 3.7 in (normal)
Resolution 480 x 854 (FWVGA)
Pixel Density 240 dpi (high)
Primary Orientation Portrait
Number of Colors Up to 16M
WAN: Voice Bands GSM 850/900/1800/1900
WAN: Data Bearers GPRS/EDGE Class 12
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g
Bluetooth Version 2.1 + EDR
Bluetooth Class 1
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP 1.2
USB USB 2.0 High Speed
Micro USB connector
Audio/Video Output HDMI 1.4
Headset Jack 3.5 mm
Camera Resolution (max) 8 megapixels
Camera Focus Auto
Camera Flash Xenon
Camera Digital Zoom (max) 8x
Image Capture Formats JPEG w/EXIF 2.2
Image Capture Resolution (max) 3264 x 2448
AdditionalCamera Features Color effects
Image Viewing Formats Android core media formats
Video Recording Formats Android core media formats
Video Recording Resolution (max) 1280 x 720 (720p HD)
Video Recording Frame Rate (max) 24 fps
Video Playback Formats 3GP
Android core media formats
Video Playback Resolution (max) 1280 x 720 (720p HD)
Video Playback Frame Rate (max) 24 fps
Audio Recording Formats AAC
Android core media formats
Audio Playback Formats Android core media formats
Streaming Formats AAC
Digital Rights Management OMA DRM 1.0 forward lock for images and music
FM Radio Receiver RDS
Speakers Receiver speaker
Memory Card Type FAT32
microSDHC, Class 6
Memory Card Size Supported (max) 32 GB
Web Android WebKit browser
Location Services Assisted GPS
Standalone GPS w/internal antenna
Notification Light White
Notification Vibrate Yes
Voice Activation Contacts
Email Protocols Exchange ActiveSync 2003 and 2007