Verizon Motorola Droid X2 to have Tegra 2 processor and qHD screen, benchmark confirms
The Motorola Droid X2 for Verizon has so far leaked many times, and presumably it’s going to be the successor to the first Droid X. And while Verizon still hasn’t said anything official about this Android-powered smartphone, the Droid X2 has been previously rumored to sport a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, as well as a qHD (960×540) resolution capacitive touchscreen. Sure, both of those things would make perfect sense, seeing as how this seems to be the year of the Tegra 2 for both Android smartphones and Android tablets, and qHD is the resolution introduced to the market by another Motorola device, the Atrix 4G for AT&T. But today we’ve received further confirmation that these two specs are real, and it comes via an Android benchmark called NenaMark.
NenaMark is a benchmark for hardware-accelerated graphics, and the Droid X2 appears to have sneaked into its results pages. Verizon is confirmed as the carrier, as are the aforementioned processor and screen resolution.
Sadly, the Droid X2’s performance isn’t earth-shattering just yet, it being the tenth fastest device in the NenaMark benchmark so far, but clearly as its release date approaches, the software will be improved and the results should change.
Fret not for we will be here to report further on the Motorola Droid X2 and its journey to Verizon’s shelves.