Verizon is unveiling its latest Droid Turbo 2 packed with a 5.4-inch WQHD shatterproof display that’s kinda similar with iPhone 6. Moto claims, however, this smartphone will not suffer any scratch when it lands on the floor, a feature that can outsmart its competitors. The durability of the device is Motorola’s way of enticing buyers subject to an upward adjustment in price.
Verizon, which has been carrying the Droid line or six years now, is again bringing this device to United States. The Turbo 2 still contains Verizon apps and it’s somewhat similar to Moto X Style/Pure in many ways. The updated version got some improvements obviously and it now has a Snapdragon 808 chip and a battery life that can extend up to 48 hours of continuous use.
Verizon is offering the new Turbo iteration in two variants – a 32GB model with a two-year plan at $26 per month and a 64GB model with the same plan at $30 per month. It runs on Android KitKat 4.4 and other features include exterior and interior lens, dual touch layer and rigid aluminum core. The device is now available on U.S retailers including Droid Maxx 2.
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