Last year, Verizon launched the Droid X which is their one of the best selling phones. Now they are looking forward to launch the successor of it, which will be known as Droid X2. We saw first leaked screenshot of it a few days ago, and actually there is no difference between designs of both Droid X and X2, only some difference between button placements, but there are some changes under the hood. Our friends over at Droid Life got their hands on some promo images of Droid X2 which is saying that Verizon will be launching it in stores on May 26th, and it will be available for pre-order on May 19th.

The new date for the launch of Verizon’s first dual-core Tegra 2 Android beast will be May 26th with direct fulfillment orders starting on May 19th (which we’re thinking means a pre-order is on the way).

The device will as you all know, have a 4.3″ qHD screen with a resolution of 960×540, dual-core Tegra 2 processor clocked at 1GHz, 8MP rear camera, 720p video capture, 1080p out, 8GB of internal storage, an 8GB pre-installed SD card, and a 1540mAh battery. Oh and did I mention Gingerbread (Android 2.3) in the title?  If you look at the screen featured above and you own an original DROIDX, then you’ll recognize that blue top bar as being 2.3.  And this only makes sense, especially with the possibly of GB rolling out to the original this week – we wouldn’t want last year’s model having a newer operating system than the freshly released version, would we?