We’re just a few hours away from the Motorola Droid X officially launching and I have a little bit of news regarding the Droid X to get you pumped up for Verizon’s latest Android offering. Verizon uploaded a teaser video to YouTube today which basically shows Astronauts discovering a floating rock and then cuts immediately to the word “tomorrow” and then the Droid X logo. The video as a whole has nothing to do with the phone but it does look pretty cool. Now, Verizon is offering a special deal for customers who wish to take full advantage of the Motorola Droid X by increasing its storage to 40GB. The not-so-common 32GB SanDisk microSD card will be available for $50 with every Droid X purchase. Otherwise, the giant (in terms of storage) microSD card retails for $150. The Motorola Droid X comes with 8GB of onboard memory and is equipped with a 16GB microSD card totaling 24GB. Basically, you would have to remove the 16GB card and install the 32GB one in order to use 40GB of storage. Remember, if your contract ends anytime before December 31, 2010, you are eligible to purchase the Motorola Droid X or any smartphone immediately. Hopefully the launch goes smoothly tomorrow, especially considering a Verizon spokeswoman confirmed retailers are equipped with enough Droid X devices.