At first glance, a Droid X commercial posted by Droid Life seems to reveal little about the new Droid smartphone: there are no pictures of the phone and no detailed specs highlighted.
But as Droid Life notes, a closer look unveils far more about some of the Droid X features we can expect to see, as well as the Droid X's release date.
The Droid X's specs are flashed in the reflection of the eye throughout the ad. A few features hinted at in the clip: a 4.3-inch WVGA screen (roomier than the iPhone 4's display), HDMI output, and an 8MP camera. Engadget already noted many of these features in its hands on probe of a leaked Droid X.
It seems Verizon could release the new Droid smartphone this coming July: At the very end of the advertisement, the date "07.2010" flashes.
The words DROID Landing also appear briefly. This is actually a Twitter account for the next generation of Verizon Droids (@DroidLanding).