Verizon announced the brand new DROID Turbo on Tuesday. It’s definitely one of the more powerful Android smartphones to launch recently, packing a high-end camera, 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 805 processor and more. It’s certainly going to cut through some of the competition out there when it launches on Oct. 30. How does it compare to other smartphones on the market that command that same kind of respect, however?
We wanted to see, just for kicks, the DROID Turbo specs compared to the iPhone 6 Plus, the most powerful iPhone on the market. No, these aren’t necessarily Apples-to-Apples, one runs Android while the other runs iOS. But how do the screens stack up? How do the two devices measure against one another, literally? That’s the kind of information we wanted to dig up, and to provide, for our readers. Yes, Android devices and iOS devices have different hardware requirements, so you may notice more RAM in the DROID Turbo than in the iPhone 6 Plus, and that’s not necessarily saying much either way.
Still, there’s value in comparing the two phones for folks who are deciding based on size, functions and other features.