While people are queuing up today to buy Apple's latest baby, Google, Motorola and Verizon have launched Droid x, their iPhone 4 killer, which offers a 4.3 inch 854 x 480 resolution screen and voice recognition.
The device uses the Android 2.1 operating system running on a 1 GHz processor. According to Associated Press, Verizon Wireless is expected to start selling the Droid X, on July 15 for $200.
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