The DROID X is by all means one of Motorola’s most significant Android smartphones ever. Its release was accompanied by a massive marketing campaign that we were fortunate enough to be a part of, but it also marked the beginning of locked bootloaders. After almost 2 years though, it is still apparently on Moto’s radar for updates. According to emails being sent to MFN members, something new is on the horizon.
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We highly doubt that this is Ice Cream Sandwich, especially since there are still a number of bugs that were introduced with its Gingerbread update that need to be addressed.
Update: We have the official changelog here.
Oh and look, Moto now has two forums managers. Neat. Another person to answer bootloader questions.
Speaking of the DX and its marketing campaign, we couldn’t help but post this teaser again. Was such a great campaign:
Cheers XXX and J_Z!