Motorola is already working the NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor into two high-end Android smartphones — the Motorola Atrix 4G and the Motorola DROID BIONIC. However, it looks like the Motorola Droid X2 will also get the special dual-core treatment when it launches in May. The Droid X2 will undoubtedly succeed the popular original Droid X, but rumors are swirling that it will not feature 4G connectivity. For all the press Verizon Wireless has been giving to its newly launched LTE service, it is surprising that a high-end smartphone might not launch with 4G connectivity on its network.
Moving on, the Droid X2, also known as the Motorola Daytona, is expected to feature a 4.3 inch qHD display with 540 x 960 resolution, 8MP camera, HDMI out, and Android 2.2. It is likely that Motorola will upgrade the Droid X2 to the newer Gingerbread at some point after its launch, but Froyo will have to suffice for all intensive launching purposes. No word on whether it comes with a front facing camera, but I am almost positive that it will. Should any more news about the Droid X2 or Daytona surface, we will keep you posted.