The Unlocked Droid X 2 is coming ever closer to the official announcement. Pictures and specs for the device have already leaked online, which could speed the device up quickly. The Droid X 2 will serve as the sequel to the first version of the supersized phone that has become quite popular since it was first released.
The photos and specs first showed up on a forum post over at The MobiZone, where all of the information was originally posted. The post has since been removed, but the information was already cached by Google, so the spread of the information could not be slowed
The specs are jaw dropping to say the least. The phone will feature an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core 1 gHz processor, that comes complete with a gigabyte of RAM, a nice LCD display that has a 540 x 960 resolution. Unfortunately the phone will be 3 G only, and will not be compatible with 4 G networks.
The Motorola Droid X2 unlocked will also have an 8 megapixel rear facing camera, but will not have a front facing camera for video conferencing. In the photos posted online it appears that the phone was running on Android Froyo 2.2, but it could be upgraded to Gingerbread before the official launch of the device. The launch is expected to come int he second quarter of 2011, although no official announcements have been made at this time.
At some point soon Motorola will be forced to publicly acknowledge the existence of the phone that they have tried to keep under wraps (although unsuccessfully) since it first went through the early stages of production. The device will also come with an FM radio, and will be the same size as the first version of the phone. The announcement of this phone has been highly anticipated by Android fans.