droidxleadinimage1 I just got in the Verizon Motorola Droid X and I wanted to start things off with a video unboxing and first impression of the user interface and operating system. This is my first real experience with Android and I am very excited to see what all the hype is about first hand.  I am a huge fan of my HD2 and I know I won’t be let down from a hardware standpoint. But there are a lot of questions to be answered for me, so let’s have a look at my video unboxing and first impression of the Motorola Droid X on the Verizon Network:

Be sure to stay tuned for my complete review of the Droid X as I take a deeper dive into what really makes this thing tick!!!


  1. I had the orginal droid and loved it, then upgraded to the droid X and I was pretty dissapointed. The streaming capabilities are crap, and I really miss the slide out keyboard, I wish I could return it!

  2. You can try a couple ghnits.Buy the Verizon Droid or Eris at with no contract and get Verizon pay as you go plan. You can also buy pay as you go 3G Internet. $5.00 a day to $50.00 a month. $29.00 with a plan so you pay a couple bucks extra to use it.You cant use the Verizon 3G Network without some kind of plan or pay as you go, but you can connect via Bluetooth and WiFi .Android is totally open source so you are welcome to get the Droid Smartphones and hack away. Join the developers community and participate.This is the most exciting time for the development of next gen aka 4G Smartphones. 100 s of millions of smartphones are expected to go online by 2012.Get the Droid and use what you can until you can hack it for AT T

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