The Droid X2 features a sizable 4.3-inch (960 x 540) qHD screen and a large multitouch keyboard with plenty of spacing between the keys. Users won’t find anything in the way of special keys or dual-function buttons, and haptic feedback is a touch on the heavy side. Even so, we found the keyboard to be very responsive, with the X2 turning in the highest accuracy rate (98.6 percent). Our typists also appreciated the placement of the period button right next to the space bar. However, testers didn’t like having to switch to a separate symbol keyboard to add commas and apostrophes, which slowed down text entry. In fact, this handset turned in the slowest max and average speeds of the five Android phones we evaluated.