10 Motorola Droid X Features the iPhone 4 Should HaveBy Baselinemag | Posted 2010-06-25 Email Print
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Apple's new mobile operating system is arguably the best version of the software the company has ever released. But that doesn't mean that it's perfect. Like the iPhone 4, Apple's latest and most capable smartphone, there are some design quirks and omissions that consumers and enterprise customers might have a problem with.The Motorola Droid X is ready to hit store shelves on July 15. And when it does, the device will be carrying the Android OS banner as Google's operating system tries to compete against Apple's iOS 4. It won't be easy.
Motorola's Droid X has some missing features of its own, but it also delivers a slew of options that could make some iPhone 4 owners think twice about their decision to go with Apple's smartphone. While it's true that the Droid X will probably never match the iPhone 4 in sales, from a feature-set perspective, it's actually matching up quite well. In fact, in some areas, it's trumping Apple's smartphone. Here are some Droid X features that the iPhone 4 is lacking.
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