joecabs, 01 Dec 2014Non Removable battery will give head each...cool. i want one
bosalma, 18 Nov 2014i just got this phone last week from the US and it comes unlocked by default. i change my phon... moreI am thinking of buy this phone for full price and using it in India.Should i get it unlocked manually or its comes as an unlocked version?can u tell me if it works with Indian carriers like airtel?
I hv a 64gb micro sd card that I'm using on my Sony Z1. Pity I'll not be able to do so on the droid turbo :(
C'mon Motorola givr us an extl. card slot.
William, 26 Nov 2014A very good phone, but lacking compared to Samsungs products.Define 'lacking'. Please enlighten me, sir.
Will the droid turbo work with a Canadian network?If bought from the states and usedin canada??
hunter, 20 Nov 2014no card slotThe turbo's card is located behind the volume keys. Stick your finger nail under the bottom of the volume keys and pull straight out.
Believe me my salesman at Verizon didn't even know where it was. He had to call tech support.
Our country sucks! Can't buy a phone with a contract! Damnit! I wish I could buy this phone with contract!
truckerjoe, 17 Nov 2014Anyone having problems hearing when talking on the phoneHaving trouble hearing all the time...horrible
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2014Essentially worthless - Stay away from the Droid Turbo if you need it for business, Antiquated... moreYou must be kidding to work people up, right? There's two phones on the market NOT skimping on hardware to make a quick buck and that's the Note 4 and IT'S EXACT MATCH, THE TURBO. And you're wrong about multitasking while making a phone call.
Anonymous, 20 Nov 2014Essentially worthless - Stay away from the Droid Turbo if you need it for business, Antiquated... moreI don't have this phone but have had the Razor Maxx for almost 3 years and does all of the things you say this one doesn't I find hard to believe Motorola, Google and Verizon are rolling the time machine back to 2009 with this. Sounds like you are just part of the dumb masses of IPhone users po'd that with the 6 you're still 2 years behind.
Essentially worthless - Stay away from the Droid Turbo if you need it for business, Antiquated before it was released - Cannot do both Voice and data, What year is this? So, if you use for business and require GPS, hot spotting or simply checking an email while talking to a client - your out of luck. Stick with one of the more modern up to date phones that doesn't skimp on hardware to make a buck. Very disappointed Motorola