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LG Revolution Vs Motorola Droid X2

Author : robin jakson


LG and Motorola have both released flagship phones over the past one year and the one pertaining to LG is the Revolution and the one pertaining to Motorola is the Droid. After releasing a number of versions of these phones, these consumer goods giants have released two CDMA phones lately, namely the LG Revolution and the Motorola Droid X2. Both the phones were released in the month of May, and have gained considerably ostentatious success in the market. Today we will take a comparative review of the two phones and see what is good and what is not in each of them.

Operating System:

As can be well expected from these mobile phone corporations, the devices run on Android platforms of the same version, Froyo, although there is an option that lets users upgrade the Android version to Gingerbread or v2.3. While the Revolution runs on a 1GHz processor, the competitor has an advantage of a dual core processor under the hood of the same speed. We are absolutely enchanted with the internal specifics of the phones.

Connectivity:

CDMA bandwidths adorn these phones with CDMA 800/1900 for 2G and CDMA2000 1xEV-DO / LTE 700 for 3G offering classy and peerless voice and data communication on the go. As these are CDMA phones there are no options for GPRS and EDGE but yes, facilities for Wi-Fi are present for you to exploit any wireless hotspot resources at your disposal! Bluetooth and microUSB ports facilitate faster data transfer to other phones or to your PC.

Battery Life:

lithium ion 1500 mAh battery is what fuels the Revolution while the phone from Motorola is powered by a powerful 1540 mAh battery of the same class.

Ergonomics:

The LG Revolution and the Motorola Droid X2 are not the best phones when it comes to design minutiae but their dimensions and weights are pretty decent, at 128 x 67 x 13.2 mm and 127.5 x 65.5 x 9.9 mm respectively. The Revolution weighs considerably more than the 155g Droid X2 at 172g. Both of them sport TFT capacitive touchscreens with 16 million colors and are about 4.3" long diagonally. We would have preferred an AMOLED class of display but we are letting go with a TFT screen, nevertheless.

Memory:

The Revolution boasts of an internal memory that is about 16GB large which is about twice as that of the one in the Droid X2, at 8GB for those of you weak at math. Additionally both the phones proffer a 32GB microSD card slot and the Revolution comes with a 16GB card in the box while the Droid X2 comes only with another 8GB card. We love the memory specifics of the phones as much as we love that of the S-II.

Camera:

The Revolution has a 5MP camera with features like autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, etc. while the Droid X2 boasts of a better 8MP shooter with the same features. Video recording is enabled in both the phones at a 720p quality. There is no secondary camera in the Droid X2 but one of 1.3MP resolution can be found in the Revolution.

Price:

The Revolution costs about 420 Euros while the price of the X2 is not known yet.


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