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Motorola Droid 4 review [Video]

Motorola Droid 4 review [Video]

Motorola Droid 4 review [Video]
News from Los Angeles Times:

Smartphones that combine touch screens with full, slide-out keyboards beneath the display are a dying breed. And although the shrinking segment isn’t dead yet, a trip into just about any carrier’s retail stores can show that fewer phones with such keyboards are being made and bought. Motorola’s new Droid 4 will do little to change that.

But although a physical, sliding keyboard is something fewer consumers look for nowadays than when Android made its debut on the keyboard-equipped HTC-built T-Mobile G1 back in 2008, it’s still a feature some users want.

If you want a full, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Droid 4 is probably your best bet right now. If you also want a dual-core processor and 4G LTE service, the Droid 4 is your only bet, as no other phone on the market offers that combination. And although such a keyboard is not a must-have for me, I found it to be my favorite of the Droid 4′s features. 

Typing on the Droid 4 is fast, easy and satisfying. The display slides to uncover the keyboard easily, and backlighting enables the keys to be seen in the dark.

The rubberized plastic back of the Droid 4 is grippy and contributes to the phone feeling secure in hand whether typing with the physical keyboard or with onscreen digital keys.

The build quality of the keyboard, the screen, the phone as a whole feels rock so…………… continues on Los Angeles Times

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