Motorola droid turbo review with droid turbo specs better late than never review of the Droid turbo by Motorola, so in case you haven’t noticed motorola’s been kinda killing it this year 2014 . They had one of the most liked wearables the whole year now they had one of the best somewhat smart phones the whole year they had one of the best budget phones the whole year and had won the best big phones on the whole year and her latest release here in the Droid turbo or the model max on some other carriers is actually I think one of their best experiences yet.
Motorola Droid Turbo Review With Droid Turbo Specs :
so essentially the motorola droid turbo review offers the same software experience as the Moto X at talked a lot about this in the Moto X review about Amaro sticking to near stock Android to give quick updates energies adding a few features on top to enhance the experience so the turbo does this to you and some Kit Kat right now but fingers crossed they will be updated to lollipop very soon and the other suffered difference really is that it has Android specific widgets some ringtones wallpapers but that’s basically it so to best describe this phone I’m going to give you all the way is that it’s different from the 2014 model ex and the first way it’s different is a bill quality and materials seraphic that we’re looking at here is the black material called ballistic nylon and is actually two traces a materials ballistic nylon or Kevlar
kevlar comes in red and only has a 32GB version looks a lot smoother but honestly also a little bit slippery year but the ballistic nylon here is much more textured, in fact it’s more texture than any other phone I’ve held in recent years is a super 3d moving pattern kinda like carbon fiber but much thicker as actually so thick that sometimes it catches lint and dust or whatever is in your pocket around stuff near the camera and a Motorola logo which I hate but I still prefer having that a little bit of texture over something totally smooth on phone.
Motorola Droid Turbo Review : Build
Its curved like this also bonus there is no Verizon tramp stamp anywhere on the spot prop so that ass overall the turbo is really well built like previous trades and its it feels really durable really solid to hold in hand and has some slight curbing.
Like I said near the edges that make you feel less like a brick and also the edge in the glass are curbed a bit as well so the corners are in sharp and the power and volume buttons are both exterior also fun fact the SIM card tray sits behind the volume keys see actually have to remove the vine buns to change your SIM card but overall the thing is built like a tank.
Motorola Droid Turbo Review : Display
Speaking of curved glass that brings us number two and that’s the display on the front the dread turbo is rocking a 5.2 inches quad HD display so 2560 x1440 resolution at 565P per inch, it’s an all that display and its razor-sharp so basically, what I’m saying here is arrivals a note for one of the best screens on any phone and we’re not just saying that because the number it’s great it gets really bright it has awesome colors very deep blacks because it’s all that it doesn’t color shift nearly as much as the Nexus 6.1 game it all the way nor all two beautiful panel freezing the OS web browsing are using absecon photos videos watching YouTube whatever, Exeter knows where the phones I got to use the new youtube app on which let me watch video in friggin 1440 dpi so looks really super crispy now a lot of people have complaints that quite HD is just too much on a phone or even unnecessary we keep hearing that as I could take a hit on battery life so let’s jump right into that number three is the battery now the turbo has a thirty nine hundred million car battery three thousand nine hundred million Paris that’s massive ASI can see if not exactly thin device it alone point two millimeters thick and got some curves you know there’s no dimple on the back anymore it’s just a big flat battery in the back and inside the Snapdragon 805 and reno 420 are more than capable enough to run the software smoothly on the quad HD display so this combination of hardware has Android turbo lasting still a long time on battery now doesn’t last longer than the best in the 1080 P phones out there as you’d expect despite having a huge battery but it is pushing extra pixels and it gives you an awesome media experience for an extra long time so five and half hours a screen on time is what I get all the time on this 1 I’m usually getting about six on the one plus one which is probably the best have any 1080 P fast so that’s really good for quite a HD and it’s actually the best battery life have gotten have any quite HD phone including the note 4 to date so that super impressive obviously if you have it a DP display on the front it would last even longer but I think this is a nice trade-off answer pretty good sing act and I’m very impressed once again with the battery life.
Motorola Droid Turbo Review : Camera And Speakers
A Motorola smartphone now the last major change for the Droid turbo versus the Moto X is the new camera the turbo striking an impressive 21 mega pixel camera with dual LED flash and let me tell you is a huge improvement over the Moto X and its actually the best camera Motorola has ever put in a phone not just because a number 21 mega pixels Press actually a really good camera great sensor sharpness is on point as you would expect colors and dynamic range are decent it’s not over sharpened over processed like say a galaxy s by Renault for photo but the images you get out a bit look pleasing it takes 4k video it’s a really high quality relatively noise-free image in anything but the worst lighting as overall when you take a step back and look at all the changes between the dry turbo when compared with the Moto X pretty much everything I’ve mentioned here is an improvement the camera is better the battery is bigger the display a sharper and better looking mean everything seems like it’s taking a step forward and that’s why i SAT experience at the dry turbo is top notch the biggest disappointment actually on the turbo for me was a speaker on the front now it is a front-facing speaker and I love talking about those and how great they are but its only one at the top of the phone and just a small driver on the left hand side corner it’s not a big old speaker like the grill might imply it is and it didn’t sound very good at high volumes that are and you lose out on the stereo audio on the phone a sideways but even so a ad still take it over any rear-facing speaker so that’s it it’s a dry turbo if you’re on Verizon it’s pretty much between thisand then note for for best phone you can spend your money on are so more really really hit the nail on the head here and I don’t really thinking the wrong with tween the two but for placing bets on which one gets lollipop first of my money on the motorola Phone.
Motorola Droid Turbo Review : Droid Turbo Specs
- launched in this 2015 March under the name of Moto Turbo
- Dimension : 143.5 x 73.3 x 8.3, Weighted : 170 Grams, Single sim with Nano-SIM
- Display : AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 5.2 inches sceen with protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Android OS, 4.4.4 (KitKat) can be upgraded to 5.0
- Processor And Chipset : Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 , Quad-core 2.7 GHz Krait 450
- Graphics : Adreno 420
- Memory : Available in 32GN or 64 GB with 3 GB RAM
- Primary Cam : 21MP featuring autofocus with dual-LED flash
- Front Facing Cam: 2MP
- Video : 2160p@24fps, 1080p@30fps
- Connectivity :Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Direct wi-fi,DLNA with wi-fi hotspotm Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Infrared, USB 2.0
- Battery : Non-removable Li-Po 3900 mAh battery