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Hands-On With Motorola’s New Shatterproof Droid Turbo 2

Motorola Turbo 2

We mess around with Motorola’s rugged new handset. Pictured right here is the Motorola Droid Turbo 2.
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What’s to not love a few handset you possibly can repeatedly drop on a cinder block? Notably one that does not appear to be the type of device that we are likely to affiliate with phrases like “rugged” and “robust.”

That is actually the large shock about Motorola’s Droid Turbo 2—it truly appears and seems like a high-finish flagship handset. It is received a stunning metallic body and a pointy 5.5-inch quad-HD display. The one which we performed round with had an equally good-wanting leather-based again, courtesy of the corporate’s customization website, MotoMaker.

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In truth, nothing about it actually cries out “rugged” till you get an opportunity to place it by means of the way of brutal punishment that may make one million iPhone house owners cry out in horror—and it walks away unscathed.

Nevertheless, it is value noting that, for the document right here, the leather-based backing on the unit we performed round with was already scuffed, placing the handset’s weak factors into sharp aid—which is to say, the whole lot that is not the aforementioned display with ShatterShield know-how. Mileage will little question range based mostly on backing, and for those who’re actually trying to go rugged, perhaps decide up the again with the phrase “ballistic” in its identify.

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In any other case, it’s a fantastic and fast phone. On the front is a pair of speaker grills, consistent with Moto’s different new handsets, and on the rear is a 21-megapixel camera that we’ll be taking for a spin within the not-too-distant future.

Ditto for the 48-hour battery. Cannot wait to do some Netflix bingeing on the factor. See you in a few days wanting so much worse than the battered phone.

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