As many times as the Motorola Droid Shadow/Xtreme/X has leaked, we feel like it has already been released. That's obviously not the case, but Gadget University has more leaked photos of the device that are clearer than ever. The device is running a new version of MOTOBLUR atop Android 2.1, has a 4.3-inch screen, HDMI out, and uses hardware navigation keys. The handset is apparently powered by a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, as well. Finally, after looking in the "About Phone" section of the device, it has been confirmed that this handset is going to be known as the Droid X. According to information attained by Gadget University, Verizon will be launching new DROID phones within a month, with employee training scheduled for the end of June. The new version of MOTOBLUR definitely looks cleaner and the device itself looks fairly thin, except for the hump where the camera is located. The Droid X is shaping up to be a formidable device that could give the EVO 4G a run for its money for the title of "Best Android device on the market." Will you pick up a Motorola Droid X when it is released?