The Motorola Droid Turbo is the latest smartphone in Verizon’s catalogue. The phone is designed to endure continuous usage with its whopping 3900mAh battery, which may sustain 48 hours of operational time. It packs a sharp 5.2-inch Quad HD display, 3GB of RAM and 21Mp rear-facing camera that can capture 4k videos. The built-in Turbo Charger feature allows users to get 8 hours of battery life with only 15-minute charge.
The Motorola Droid Charge should be available for sale with a 2-year contract on October 30. The 64GB will be available from the carrier for $250. The Droid lineup has been known for its exceptional battery life and Motorola is still the exclusive vendor for these devices. The Droid brand is owned and conceived by Verizon, after it acquired the name from Lucasfilm.
Many Verizon subscribers consider themselves fans of Droid brand, especially due to its impressive battery life. The Verizon Droid family is still a highly visible component in Verizon’s offering and placed at the same level with Apple iPhone. Motorola has also revealed the Nexus 6 family and the current Droid Turbo certainly offers an additional boost in its brand recognition and sales.