REVIEW: Motorola Droid Turbo #VZWBuzz

Droid TurboWhile I depend on my phone for everything, even considering it my life line, I really don’t think I ask much of it.

  • Fast.  I’ve always been a bit of a speed junkie.  Time waits for no one and I’m always on the go.  I need a phone that can keep up with everything I ask it to do, from keeping track of my runs while playing music, to navigating me around traffic all while taking a call.
  • Decent Camera. While there is no argument that there is a big difference between a DSLR camera and a point in shoot, there isn’t much difference these days as far as a point and shoot camera compared to a mobile phone camera.
  • Long lasting battery. As great as a phone is that can keep up with me and take decent pictures, I need it to stay live long enough to do all the things I ask of it.

The Motorola Droid Turbo doesn’t disappoint.  Turbo is in its name and I am always remarking about how it can multitask as well as I can.  That’s something I can definitely appreciate.  I have no time for phones that need time to think. Motorola packed this phone with a ton of high-end technology like 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, major upgrades over the Motorola X.

The Motorola Droid Turbo got a major overhaul with it’s 21 megapixel rear camera which I love.  Pictures are definitely sharpers and

One of my favorite features of the Motorola Droid Turbo is its amazing battery life.  It boasts a 3,900mAh cell battery which lasts, according to Motorola, a whopping 48 hours.  It’s one of the longest lasting batteries in its class.  I hate having to worry about my phone dying, and while I have a plethora of battery packs all over my home, in my purse and in my car, it’s nice not to have to worry about it.  It also boasts a 15 minute to 8 hour battery life charge with its proprietary included Turbo charger as well as Qi charging capability.

Some neato distinct fun features of the Motorola Droid Turbo include the voice control functionality, even when the screen is turned off.  It’s very similar to the OK Google now voice activation.  You program a phrase for recognition and you can ask to “Find my phone” or even “Take a selfie!”, just for fun, ask “What’s Up?!”

Moto Display is another neat feature where with a wave of your hand over the locked display, you can see the time and missed notifications.  Use Moto Actions and you can dismiss a phone call with the wave of your hand and a quick twisting of your wrist opens the camera.

All in all, as a girl who prides herself on having the latest and greatest, I am loving the Motorola Droid Turbo.

{ disclosure:  I am a Verizon Lifestyle Ambassador, I receive no compensation for my post, no discount on my service, I pay for my own plan and service. I just happen to love everything about Verizon and now there’s so much MORE to love!  }