It's the start of a new week and we woke up ready to leave this antenna issue behind us. Let the customers handle it how they like, you know? Apple isn't ready for us to let it go. In attacking the Droid X, all they've really done is put the iPhone 4's antenna back in our minds.
The days of unlimited data for smartphones are numbered. That number, thanks to the Droid X, may be even smaller than anyone thought as Verizon has found that the X consumes a whopping five times the amount of data as its other smartphones.
Good news for the Droid X (though a bummer for people looking to pick one up): the handset has sold out the day after its launch. The Droid X, with its unique look and feel, now won't be shipping out new units (with a $100 online rebate) until July 23.
For every iPhone, there's always a Verizon response. With the iPhone 4 out in the spotlight, Verizon has a new flagship device launching on July 15th: the Droid X. Like the iPhone 4, it's getting put through the paces, and...
Verizon posted a sneak peek of their upcoming Droid X this morning and promptly got the Internet buzzing with a little teaser next to a picture of the phone that read "720p screen." Turns out it was a mistake, but it begs the question: Do we even want one?