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Motorola Droid 4 Review

Motorola Droid 4 Review

Motorola Droid 4 Review
News from The Gadgeteer:

If I were to ask a group of our readers to name an Android smartphone with a built in keyboard, I would expect the majority of them to say a Motorola Droid. This wouldn’t be a surprise given the fact that the original Motorola Droid remains a popular phone to this day over 2yrs after it was first released. Motorola’s latest update to this popular keyboard slider is the Droid 4 for Verizon Wireless. Does the addition of a 4G radio and a faster 1.2Ghz processor make the Droid 4 a worthy successor to the Droid 3? Let’s take a look.

Note: Click the images in this review to see a larger view.

Before I begin, I will mention that I do not live in or very close to an area with 4G LTE coverage. I was only able to test the phone with a 3G connection.

Hardware Specs

OS: Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) OS
CPU: Dual core 1.2 GHz processor & 1 GB of LP DDR2 RAM
Memory Internal: 16GB
MicroSD slot supports up to 32GB (card not included)
Carrier: Verizon
Network: CCDMA 800, 1900 EVDO REV A/LTE B13 700
Display: 4” qHD (960×540) Display
Rear-facing Camera: 8.0 MP
Front-facing Camera: 1.3 MP
Bluetooth 4.0 LE
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Plenty of companies are offering cash for your old gadgets these days, from dedicated buyback sites like Gazelle to carriers like Verizon, and now Motorola’s getting into the game with an offer heavily targeted at business users. Motorola just launched this program today, and it works like many of the others out there — you input the phone you want to trade in and its condition, and Motorola’s site spits back a quote. The company will send you a box to ship your phone back in and you’ll get paid four to six weeks later. The offers are fairly comparable with what Gazelle offers — Motorola will give $ 300 for a 32GB iPhone 4S, compared to $ 274 on Gazelle, and offered $ 50 for an HTC EVO 4G, compared to $ 45 on Gazelle. Of course, you need to buy a new Motorola phone to get this deal, while sites like Gazelle offer no similar restrictions (though it does look like Motorola is offering a little more cash in some cases).

While you can certainly use your new Motorola phone for anything you want, Motorola has specifically created a new business-focused portal for this promotion and is also offering a MotoAssist IT-focused service that will help users migrate their contacts and data to their new device and even work with larger IT firms to ensure a smooth transition. That’s all well and good, but the real draw here is cash for your old devices — if you were thinking of buy…………… continues on The Verge

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