The consumer’s faith grew stronger on Verizon Wireless’s Android as new software is deployed in the market. The company launches 2.3 Gingerbread to the Motorola Droid X2.The DROID X is official next version by the two company’s Motorola and Verizon Wireless. In the month of July a new version made it debut X2 .The version X2 has the exact same industrial design as the DROID X. This version had better updated internals and screen technology. The DROID X software consumes large amount of hard disk around 101MB with demonstrates latest features. The features include a number of bug fixes and general enhancements. To add further to this it also demonstrates improvements to existing applications. These all features are very common to nearly all recent Verizon updates but the value added service is the new Download Manager app .This download manager provides a central place to handle downloads. Other details in the 1.3.232 update include calendar enhancements, improved copy and paste, and eye catching capability for the camera app. The enhanced features are the home screen. Due to this any new user experience also get an overhaul with new widgets, icons, screen transitions, and home customizable tray icons. Verizon Wireless has let loose the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the Motorola DROID X2 smartphone. There are number of updates which are crowded to both the core operating system and Motorola’s interface-formerly-known-as-MOTOBLUR .This brings the DROID X2 up to par with its Motorola DROID 3 stablemate. Along with the standard upgrades from Android 2.2 Froyo on up to 2.3 Gingerbread, including faster performance, improved copy and paste, and better battery life. The company Motorola has added a number of enhancements to the user interface on the DROID X2. This enhancement include the on-screen keyboard with improved multitouch. The onscreen keyboard makes entering numbers and symbols easier to one’s fingers tips. The importance to user interface is also given by providing the entire interface with new colors and widgets. The Motorola DROID X2 for Verizon Wireless is the second iteration of the original DROID X slab Android smartphone. The similarity between both is that the design of the X2 is virtually unchanged from that of the X, and the difference in both is that the phone does receive a new qHD resolution touch screen and a dual-core, 1GHz processor. The difficulty is that the new processor can’t ensure that things run smoothly on the DROID X2. The problem may be experienced by the user is a lot of audio stuttering. Another major concern is that the X2’s 8 megapixel camera’s 720p HD video was often garbled to the point of being unwatchable. The conclusion may predicate that the smartphone need more updates to be served in today’s standard.