The most exciting thing about the DROID Turbo 2 is its shatterproof display, which Motorola claims will withstand accidental drops onto pavement and other coarse surfaces. But even without the device’s hidden superpowers, you’re still getting a phone that carefully pieces together great specs, a slick design, and that same familiar Motorola software.
But, by god, did Verizon have to go and completely tarnish the phone with a hideous checkmark on front? Holy moly. It’s bad.
Aside from that, what Motorola hopes will attract people to the Turbo 2 is the fact that the device’s screen won’t shatter if you accidentally drop it. Even the most careful people (me) drop their phone every once and a while. But rather than go through the horrific experience of watching your precious handset shatter, the Turbo 2 will come out unscathed… read more
For the BlackBerry faithful, the Classic is a sight for sore eyes. The approach by the Waterloo company is simple: rather than taking the competition head on, BlackBerry is putting its focus on retaining the customers it still has. That means more devices like the Passport and Classic, which offer that familiar (and terrific) typing experience with excellent enterprise security. If you want to relive the glory days of physical keyboards, the Classic is the perfect device for you… read more.