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Motorola Droid Turbo: A powerful Android With a perfect battery life And Turbo Charger

Motorola Droid Turbo has hit our headline for its super battery and also packs the recent technology of Turbo charger. Droid is priced at a fair price of $199.99 with 2-yr contract for a version with 32 GB of in-built memory. The 64-GB model is exclusively offered with Ballistic Nylon and no Verizon branding for $249.99.


Looking at the design, DROID Turbo is not what you would call a beautiful phone instead of perfectly groomed aluminum frames, Turbo is more function over fashion and it is available in red and black the phone is made of Ballistic Nylon which is used to make the backpacks and suitcases, it is a very strong material thus it promises a very long life and without any fear of it falling a Matte finish of Kevlar which makes it feel and look premium, the threads of the ballistic Nylon are incredibly strong and very gripy. The phone is –Water resistance because it is covered by water repellent coating inwards with allows it to last up-to 1 minutes under 6-inches of water, though it doesn't look like Sony Xperia Z3 which can stay up-to 30 Minutes, the feature of water resistance helps when there is a sudden down pour and you really need to make a call.
The phone physically measures 146.5 x 73.3 x 10.6 mm weighing 169 grams having a QHD AMOLED display of 5.2-Inch with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and a super pixel density of 565ppi which is the highest pixel density up-to date. Viewing angles and contrast of the display are excellent as expected, with such a crisp display, contents looks pretty phenomenal, videos looks very brilliant but colors are not naturally accurate has you would see on high quality IPS LCD display
Above the display there is an earpiece, a loudspeaker and a 2 MP front facing camera. Additionally there are ambient light and the proximity sensor and one of the IR sensors. Below the screen there are three capacitive keys for navigating and the second IR sensor is located there to as well as the mouthpiece, Nothing is on the left of the phone, On the right side there is power lock key and the volume rocker, the nanoSIM trey is under removable volume rocker, a 3.5 mm audio jack is located on-top of the device with the microUSB port at the bottom of the device. At the back, 21 MP lens camera and dual-LED flash and the signature of Verizon and Droid branding.  It is very unfortunate that the phone doesn't have stereo speakers; the single front facing speakers, which rest on-top of the device doesn't produce the best quality as those of other flagship phones like Nexus 6.


DROID Turbo is powered by Quad-core 2.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, a 3GB RAM and Adreno 420 graphics processor running on Android v4.4.4 KitKat which will be upgraded to the new Android v5.0 Lollipop. Looking at the performance of the hardware, DROID utilizes its hardware very well and it managed to top immediate competitors in GeekBench 3. Droid Turbo managed to be at the top scoring 3080 followed by Samsung Galaxy S5 3011 then Moto X came third scoring 2984. In AnTuTu benchmark, it still came first scoring 47067, followed by Samsung Galaxy Note 4 46824, HTC one M8 came third scoring 44020 and also in graphic processor it also topped the list.
We spots a 21-Megapixels f/2.0  camera and dual LED flash at the back of the device, which produce 4:3 still images with a resolution of 3936 x 5248 pixels and a 15.5 MP 16:9 snaps with 2952 x 5248 pixels. What is also awesome about the camera is that it can be activated by a simple hand gesture, just twisting your wrist twice when holding the device, the camera will be on. The camera also offers HDR, burst shots and panorama, it can also shoots videos at 24fps. At the front is a 2MP camera capable of 1080p videos for video-call and selfies, though can’t compete with front cameras of other flagship phones like HTC Eye.

Battery Performance

DROID Turbo features a 3900mAh, This is the headline feature of this powerful phone. The phone is said to offer up-to 48 hrs of usage and 675 hrs of stand-by. The device also supports turbo-charging technology, which promises you to get additional 8 hrs for 15 minutes charge but seeing in reality you can get around 6 hrs due to some physical and environmental difference


It supports, Quad-band GSM/HSPDA, dual-band CDMA, 1xEV-DO and penta-band cat.4 LTE. Local connectivity, it offers Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, MicroUSB 2.0 porst with USB host, NFC for sharing your files.

The good features are;

- 5.2-inch QHD AMOLED display (2,560 x 1,440 pixels); 565ppi protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- 3,900mAh battery with Motorola Turbo Charger.
- 21 MP camera with dual-LED flash capable for recording videos of 2160p@24fps and front camera is 2MP with 1080p video capture.
- Cat. 4 LTE support
- Perfect gesture via in-built IR sensor
- Active noise cancellation with four microphones
- Splash resistance, internals with water repellent nanocoating.

Main disadvantages

- Lack of memory expansion slot
- Sharp bottom side makes the Droid uncomfortable to hold

DROID is the alternative of MOTO X which is expensive, while DROID Turbo is fairly priced you can choose it, it is more of performance than fashion.

Ed Tesla

Ed Tesla

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