300,000 Motorola Droid X Units sold in first week

August 2, 2010 - Written By Chris Yackulic

The numbers are in and Droid X was very successful in its first week. The phone was released on July 15th and has sold 300,000 units. The phone has been thought to be a rival to the Iphone which went on sale on June 4th.  Many experts thought that the phone could capitalize on the IPhone 4 signal woes. Right now the phone is sold out until the next shipment on August 4th.

The Droid X has a 4.3″ screen, runs Android 2.1 and has a 1 ghz processor. As with almost all of the newest Android phones, in-stock levels have been an issue. The Droid X beat expectations with sales and Motorola hopes to get product back in stores to capitalize on its popularity.

This is the phone that Verizon hopes can steal some IPhone customers away from AT&T.  According to JD Power & Associates, most IPhone customers are very loyal. I think most IPhone owners are oblivious to what Android can do. The specs on the Droid X along with Android Apps make it an excellent option to leave the IPhone 4. Not to mention that Verizon’s network is better that AT&T. So what are you waiting for IPhone owners?