Motorola’s Droid Turbo: Another value-for-money handset with better battery life

Motorola has just launched Droid Turbo and soon will be available to the American residents through Verizon. The unveiling of the handset is a perfect time for the upcoming holiday season. Droid Turbo offers crisp features including its impressive battery life which is cinched to last two days better than the majority of the smartphones available in the market. This handset will subsequently supplant the Droid Maxx.

Droid Turbo will come in two flavors: black ballistic nylon or red without the ballistic nylon .The new mobile is equipped with a camera that is capable of taking awesome pictures. According to SlashGear, the quality of the images taken by Droid Turbo is superior compared to the company’s other offering which is the Moto X.

Droid Turbo also boasts of a 5.2 inches QHD AMOLED screen display and generous screen resolution of 1440×2560 which is well-suited for better internet surfing and viewing videos. The handset runs Android Kit Kat 4.4.2, which is quite outdated but will receive an upgrade to the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Versatile as they are, the smartphones are capable of doing a lot of things like running applications, gaming, messaging and the list goes on, and a longer battery is a must-have to enable the users to maximize the functionalities of their handsets and extend their enjoyment. Playing an assortment of games for instance can easily exhaust the battery and Motorola come into the fore to solve this matter with its Droid Turbo.

The innards of the Droid Turbo handset includes 3 GB RAM (quite better than that of the 2GB RAM of the Moto X 2014),and 32 GB or 64 GB of data storage capacity, The mobile device is driven by Snapdragon 805 Quad Core processor.

Motorola is now acquired by Chinese-based Lenovo from Google. Lenovo which thrives on the low-tier cellphone market opted for keeping Motorola division as an independent entity to broaden further its market portolio. Lenovo also intends to create a new company to produce smartphones that will rival fast-rising Chinese smartphone producer Xiaomi.

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