The Moto X Style is Motorola’s newest flagship phone, but this year, the company did things a little differently, by launching a second smartphone that’s nearly as interesting as the first: the Moto X Play. However, it was unclear whether the Play would be coming to the US at all.
I don't trust brands. You shouldn't either. But right now, you can't go wrong with a Motorola smartphone.
What do you want in a smartphone? I think I can hazard a guess. You probably want a great screen. Who doesn't, right? Powerful processor? Definitely. How about battery life that doesn't quit? Motorola's Droid Turbo is here to fulfill your wishes.
Your smartphone has a terrible battery life. I can say this with confidence because it is universally true. Phones today have ludicrous screens and processors that rival the supercomputers of days gone by, but they can't last a day. We need more thick-ass phones that make it through the weekend.
Yesterday, Google officially announced its new Nexus devices, including the massive Nexus 6 superphone. But Motorola's 6-inch phablet wasn't the only Motorola-branded gadget to spill some details. A new leak has an entire rundown of Verizon's upcoming Droid Turbo and, if true, this thing has the best specs of any…
Want a phone with seriously killer battery life? I hope you're on Verizon, because it looks like the new Droid Turbo was built specifically for you. An image that showed up on TaoBao (basically Chinese Ebay) says that sucker will pack a mammoth 3,900 mAh battery. That is a lot of power.
We're anticipating a giant-sized, Moto X-inspired Nexus 6 any day from Google's camp, but new leaks appear to confirm the new Droid Turbo with an impressive amount of smartphone engineering from Motorola.