Motorola DROID Turbo – Smart Phone Game Changer
As smart phones have become an integral part of our life these days, the idea of living without your phone can be dreadful. Just think about the last time your battery on your phone went down to 5% battery life. Like most people, you probably started panicking and started to frantically search for your charging cable and an outlet where you could plug your phone into. In some respects this is disturbing that we all have a hard time living without our phones these days and on the other side, it’s amazing to see how far technology has come and what it’s allow us to do. With the new DROID Turbo by Motorola in Gray Ballistic Nylon, those worries of your battery draining like quicksand in an hour glass melt away
The DROID Turbo has a battery life of up to 48 hours, making it the longest latest smart phone battery on the market to date. This means that you can get out on that get out on that 20 mile day hike,100 mile road ride, or 50 mile ultra marathon, all while tracking your progress on Strava, blasting your favorite Pandora station, and posting a new selfie every 5 minutes to Facebook without even a worry that you’re phones going to shut off. Maybe you forgot to charge your phone the day before your big day, no need to worry. Just plug your DROID Turbo in while you take a quick rinse, brush your teeth, eat your organic greek yogurt, and you’ll have 8 hours of battery life. With the Turbo DROID charger, you get an amazing 8 hours of battery life with only a 15 minute charge. I wish I could say this for my other electronics!
If you’re like the majority of society, the camera on your phone is in the top 3 uses of your “phone”. With a 21 megapixel rear camera and 4k and 1080p video capabilities on the DROID Turbo, you’ll be able to post the clearest pics and vids for your Instagram and Facebook friends, however, please don’t post 4 baby pictures a day.
Whether you’re out for a run and get caught in a torrential down poor or you accidentally drop your phone in a puddle, there’s no need to worry. The DROID Turbo is water resistant which means those days of worrying about a drop of water touching your phone are long gone. Please keep in mind water resistant does not mean “waterproof”. This means that you shouldn’t submerge your phone in water for an extended period of time.
If the thought of dropping your phone as you get out of your car or kid smashing your phone on the coffee table sounds familiar, durability is a must when buying a new phone. The DROID Turbo comes with Gorilla Glass 3 by Corning which means this phone can take a beating and it won’t miss a step. After using another product with Gorilla Glass 3, I am here to tell you that I’ve dropped my device dozens of times and it still looks like new. The DROID Turbo with Gorilla Glass 3 is no different.
To keep you well connected to all your networks and devices, the Turbo DROID has the most up to date connectivity settings. This means it’s setup for 4G LTE for cellular networks, wifi settings of 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (dual-band capable), can be used as a mobile hot spot, 4.0 Bluetooth LE, and uses an micro USB for plugging in.
Sensors that work with Apps
To get the most out of your apps, the DROID turbo comes equipped with an accelerometer, GPS, ecompass, and a gyroscope. This means you can download all the nature and fitness apps your heart desires.
Style That Turns Heads
While the standard black or white phone will get you by, why not add a little flair to your daily wardrobe. I’m not saying a bright neon pink phone, but a little hint of color is good for the soul. With a stylish gray base and accent color options of Metallic Blue, Metallic Orange, or Metallic Violet are just enough to say that you sophisticated but have some sense of style.
The DROID Turbo may be flying a little below the radar with respect to some of the large ad budget of other phone makers, but this phone is sure to impress.
Get your DROID Turbo by Motorola in Gray Ballistic Nylon with your choice of metallic orange, violet and blue accent colors at Verizon.com.
Motorola sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.