Whispers abound that Motorola intends to continue from where the Droid X smartphone left off, offering marked improvements in a range of key areas. Purportedly codenamed “Daytona,” the upcoming Motorola Droid X sequel will come with a 1GHZ dual-core Tegra 2 processor as well as a 4.3″ display which has a higher resolution – we’re looking at (no pun intended) 540 x 960 pixels, running alongside Android 2.2 Froyo while sporting an 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording capability, DLNA streaming support, an HDMI-out port and a microSD memory card slot. Tipped to arrive via Verizon Wireless, we do not yet have any word on a release date nor pricing. Of couse, it would be interesting to see whether this smartphone is capable of going up against the CDMA iPhone from Verizon as well.
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