Motorola Droid X2 pictured again, looks just like the original Droid X
Android Central got their hands on a handful of Motorola Droid X2 photos today, and unless you look closely you might mistake the device for the original Droid X. Little is known about the X2’s specs, although a picture of the device’s settings screen shows the X2 running Android 2.2.2. An 8MP rear camera is also visible on the device’s back, while a micro USB port and an HDMI output are situated on the left hand side of the device.
These photos will be disappointing for anyone expecting major design changes with the X2. Still, the device will likely get a nice bump in specs, an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and qHD screen have been rumored, so this might be a worthwhile upgrade even though the physical design of the device has changed little. Sadly, we don’t see any LTE logos on the X2, so it’s unlikely that the device will support Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
Source: Android Central