I have the LG G2 and it's 140g and I feel like I don't wanna buy something heavier than this so I'm wondering isn't this phone kinda heavy?!
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2014We don't want to lose all of our data when the phone resets, so what's the point in getting al... moreIt's way better than having your cheap shizz micro sd cards getting corrupted for no reason. BTW data corruption on the phone memory is something that almost never happens. 32-64 gigs is way enough for just about any android device, unless you plan on storing days and days worth of videos, movies, TV shows and stuff like that, which even if you wanted to isn't something practical because smartphones and tablets don't really have that kind of a battery life to keep you entertained to begin with.
Nexus 6 taking already good quality pictures so what about the Droid Turbo?
NikiDroid, 31 Oct 2014Are you sure? It is Verizon. Motorola RAZR MAXX HD, RAZR M, DROID Ultra, DROID Mini, Moto X, t... moreThis situation is going to change soon, with Lenovo acquiring Motorola the will allow the phone to be sell internationally.
Does anybody know if this phone will be available in Australia and how much in Australian dollars it will be?
kenosis, 31 Oct 2014Wait for November 5. Are you sure? It is Verizon. Motorola RAZR MAXX HD, RAZR M, DROID Ultra, DROID Mini, Moto X, they all never release for Indonesia market.
Again, Motorola exclusively launch for Verizon, not for global including South East Asia region. This smartphone won't come to my country, very sad.
James, 30 Oct 2014Dear, you don't need it with 64GB of memory!We don't want to lose all of our data when the phone resets, so what's the point in getting all that storage when you can get a SD card and swap it out whenever you want and you don't lose any data
I already have Droid Razr in my hand but this Motorola Droid Turbo would be my dream phone, wish to buy asap. When will it come to India...? I am waiting Motorola
herewith nexus 6,its time to say goodby Note 4!! you got shellacking!!
Anonymous, 30 Oct 2014Its CDMA with Verizon..Verizon also uses GSM, i've been using Verizon phones over GSM at At&t