Review: Motorola Droid Pro
The touchscreen on the Droid Pro was perfectly sensitive, with no visible lag or problems swiping. The phone registered every tap with no trouble. The capacitive buttons beneath the screen are somewhat interesting. I've become accustomed to sliding my finger onto a touch button to activate it, but this didn't work on the Droid Pro. I had to tap on the button. But I did notice that if I pressed my finger on the touchscreen and then dragged it down to the touch button area, I could still control the left and right swiping actions on the homescreen from that strip, which might be a nice way to scroll left and right while keeping fingers out of the way. Not a terribly useful feature, but good to know if it ever comes up.
CTIA Fall 2010
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Review: Motorola Moto Z2 Play for Verizon Wireless
Motorola's latest Android smartphone is the mid-range and highly-capable Moto Z2 Play. This winsome handset may not stay strictly true to the original, but it is compatible with all of Motorola's Moto Mods accessories and still brings plenty to the table.
Review: Motorola Moto E4 for Verizon Wireless
Motorola's entry-level Android handset, the Moto E4, may be small in stature, but it's big on performance. The E4 is an affordable phone that includes a fingerprint reader, a 5-inch screen, and a capable camera.
Review: Moto Mods for Motorola Z2 Play
Motorola's new Z2 Play smartphone is a fine piece of hardware and I strongly recommend it. While you're at the Verizon store, you should consider picking up some Moto Mods to go with the Z2 Play.
Review: Motorola Moto Z2 Force
The Moto Z2 Force is a semi-rugged — and yet stylish — flagship smartphone from Motorola. This sleek handset boasts dual cameras, top specs, and a nearly unbreakable "ShatterShield" screen.