Word on the street is that Motorola’s Android-powered Droid X is crippled. While it isn’t shuffling around on a pair or crutches or sitting on shelves in tiny wheelchairs, it does have certain limitations when it comes to HDMI output.
A developer is quoted as saying that the only time the HDMI driver on the device is enabled is when it’s in the gallery mode, which is the native photo and recorded video viewing application. This might mean that users will not be able to copy their high-definition videos into the Droid X and have it played back via the HDMI output.
Some are already complaining about this issue, as HDMI output has always been one of the nice features of the Droid X.