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Verizon Droid X getting a small security update

Motorola Droid X

Many of us remember the iconic Motorola Droid X smartphone by Verizon and the carrier is now issuing a small update for the handset. The update brings some security related improvements from Android and also a few changes to CMAS (Commercial Mobile Telephone Alerts). The Droid X actually hasn’t been the most supported smartphone by Verizon as it still runs on the rather ancient Android 2.3 version of Android known as Gingerbread. The update carries the version number 45.621.10.MB810.Verizon.en.US.

This almost forgotten smartphone packs a 4.3 inch 480×854 display, a 1 GHz single core Texas Instruments made chipset, an 8MP rear camera and 512MB of RAM. Touted as the next best thing after sliced bread, the Droid X didn’t quite manage to pick up pace with several rival smartphones available in the market. If you still own the smartphone, you might as well make the most of this as you won’t see a lot of updates hitting the Droid X in the future.

Source: Verizon

Via: Android Community

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