The Motorola Droid X^2 was launched in the U.S. last week via Verizon, and I have heard mutually exclusive thoughts about the handset. Some people are happy getting such а device in their hands, others are disappointed not seeing LTE 4G support or Gingerbread in it, but one thing is for sure — all geeks are pleased to see an HDMI-out port on the Droid X^2.
Recently I talked to many users who were unfamiliar with this capability of the Motorola Droid X^2. They thought it only allowed them to watch videos or listen to music stored in the smartphone. So I guess the video below will be useful for all those who don’t know what “services” the HDMI-out port provides.
Though the Motorola Droid X^2 sports a 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen that allows to view the phone’s content perfectly, it’ll be better seen in HD TV. So, first of all, it is very comfortable to surf over the net, and if you sit in some distance from the TV, it’ll be easy to read the text.
Second, you can watch videos from net or HD videos from your handset, because the phone provides Flash support and loads 720p videos.
Finally, the HDMI-out port is very useful if you want to turn the phone into a gamepad. During all aforementioned actions there are no delays, and we have a feeling that the TV and the Motorola Droid X^2 are one whole.
The Motorola Droid X^2 is not the only handset in the market with such functionality, but the mirrored experience this device provides is unique, and we hope all upcoming Android smartphones will sport such functionality.
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