Review: Motorola Droid Turbo 2 for Verizon Wireless
Motorola aimed high with the Droid Turbo 2 for Verizon. The Turbo 2 doesn't quite hit a bullseye, but it's firmly on-target.
Motorola's claims of an unbreakable screen and 2 days of battery life largely live up to the hype; the screen didn't break despite my best efforts, and the phone easily lasted from breakfast on through to dinner the next day.
The Turbo 2 has a decent display and excellent signal performance, but average call quality. The camera is probably the best ever from Motorola, but other leading smartphones still outperform it a bit. Many will appreciate the ability the custom design the Turbo 2 on the Moto Maker web site.
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