Set to launch July 15, the marketing machine for Motorola's Droid X is in full swing. In fact, Motorola even managed to take a swipe at the competition with one of its latest advertisements.
The full page ad published in yesterday's New York Times shows a picture of the Droid X with little labels detailing all of the most important parts of the phone. You've got the 8-megapixel camera; the 3G mobile hotspot with support for five devices; the 1GHz processor; HD video capture; Android 2.2 and Swype. However, it seems Motorola couldn't help but add one more thing to the ad. A paragraph at the bottom of the page reads [emphasis added]:
Though the stab at the iPhone 4's design hasn't gone unnoticed, it's interesting to note the Droid X employs the very same design one antenna expert last week said would have been a great solution for the iPhone. Steve and his crew are probably saving a set-up like that for next year's iteration of the iPhone.