Motorola and Verizon have officially announced the release date for the DROID X2, the next generation of the DROID X smartphone.
DROID X2 will be available online starting May 19 and is coming to Verizon stores May 26. The phone, which costs $199.99 with a two-year contract, will be running Android 2.2 (with an Android 2.3 update coming), includes a mirror mode for sharing media on a TV via HDMI, and other features. It will not, however, be 4G compatible, which means no taking advantage of Verizon's growing 4G LTE network.
See the press release here, then check out a photo of the DROID X2 below.