Wired: At 5 x 2.6 x .04 inches, the X is unapologetically large and more Sticky Fingers than svelte when pocketed. Otherwise, Motorola wisely kept the handset remarkably thin and relatively streamlined. Paired with its spacious 4.3-inch, 854 x 480 LCD touchscreen, it's clear the Droid X was carefully crafted with a visually dense, touch-driven experience in mind.
Engadget - Android 2.3 hit the web for Droid X owners earlier this week, but that update previously required a tethered, manual install. As of today, the update is available over the air, so cable-free purists can finally start cooking with Gingerbread on their Droid X handsets.
Verizon, now well behind the game on it's premiere dual-core device as compared with AT&T, will officially launch the Droid X² - It's first dual-core handset - at $199 with contract, if normal discounting is to apply to the official full retail pricing we've picked up.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread for Motorola DROID X is reportedly leaked, last week there was a rumor that Android 2.3 Gingerbread for DROID X would be released yesterday, but unfortunately that didn’t happen. Now It seems that Android 2.3 Update for DROID X and DROID 2 as well has been leaked and now available for download.