There are rumors the Droid X may be unveiled June 23--just a day before the iPhone officially goes on sale--and although there's no word yet on the phone's price, Engadget has posted a thorough rundown of its specs.
The Droid X's screen (4.4-inches, 854 x 480-resolution) is larger than that of the Evo 4G and previous Motorola Droid.
Like its predecessor, the Droid X runs on the Android OS (although using the slightly newer version 2.1). The phone also boasts an 8-megapixel camera (previous Droid was 5 MP), 720p video recording, a 1GHz processor (faster than had been expected), and a multitouch keyboard.
Engadget calls the Droid X "snappy," "super fast and responsive," and a device that "makes the Droid Incredible look like a bench warmer." Torn between a new droid and a new iPhone? VentureBeat has done a "Droid X vs. iPhone 4" side-by-side comparison that's worth a look.
Check out photos and a video of the Droid X below. See Engadget for more.