Motorola Droid X :: Touchscreen Test - Drawing Lines Test

Jul 15, 2010

One more video about the fancy touchscreen of the Droid X. This one has happier results! Check it out at the link below.Droid X Touchscreen Test See you later. you'll know why this post is short when you read the blog. running downstairs!

Motorola Droid X :: Touchscreen Test - Drawing Lines Test


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stdout INSTRUMENTATION_RESULT: stream=
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My pings average 19 to 36
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WITH WIFI I GET
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I tried my best... once again Incredible was not agreeing with focusing properly. For small objects I tried many times, it would not budge. For large objects it did great though.

The X was superior because it would focus on small objects with ease and I would only have to snap ONE picture.

The Incredible did better in one area, the computer screen shot. I only had to snap one picture of the screen, where as needed to do 2 - 3 to get a good shot of it on the X.

I noticed the colours on the Incredible are warmer, where as the the X colours were a little cooler. IMO.

So still, my vote is with the X.

The Incredible does have a great camera though.

STOCK X: 6MP WIDESCREEN. NO FLASH.
STOCK INC: 8 MP, NO FLASH.

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