Not too long ago, a leak gave life to a phone dubbed the Moto X Force, which was reportedly slated to be headed to the US as the DROID Turbo 2. Now, a new leak from @upleaks has shown us the Motorola DROID Turbo 2, complete with DROID and Verizon branding. The phone uses a ... Read More »
Verizon is getting a bunch of great devices thanks to the DROID brand, apparently including ones that Motorola won’t even bring to the US itself. The Moto X Play was announced alongside the Moto X Pure and new Moto G, but it was said it will not be coming to ... Read More »
The newly announced Moto X Style, or Pure Edition here in the States, is an awesome device I’m very excited to try and maybe even purchase. But it won’t be available in carrier stores, only unlocked for all four carriers. But ... Read More »
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The Motorola DROID Turbo was officially unveiled on October 28,and went up for sale shortly thereafter. For Verizon employees who might have wanted to pick up the newest DROID-branded smartphone, waiting may have been worth it, as a new “Employee Edition” of the handset has landed on Verizon’s website.
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Verizon has focused on the power of its DROID devices in the past with its DROID DOES ad campaigns, and it looks like that trend is going to continue with the DROID Turbo.
Verizon’s infamous DroidDoes tease site is back and with it has come the release date for the much-anticipated DROID Turbo. According to a countdown on the site, the Motorola-made DROID Turbo will launch on October 28, or about two weeks from today. The DROID Turbo has been the recipient of Read More »
While MotoMaker has expanded the color palette and textures available to the average Motorola fan exponentially, it appears that with the DROID line, Verizon is sticking with the Henry Ford motto of the customer being able to have any color they want as long as it is black.
If these pictures obtained by HelloMotoHK are indeed the “DROID Turbo,” then Motorola ... Read More »
No surprise on the timing of the Droid launch, but rumor has it that Verizon has listened to everyone and is consolidating the line down to a single device rather than the shotgun approach taken for the last couple years.