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Motorola Droid Turbo video user guide

Motorola Droid Turbo video user guide

Motorola Droid Turbo video user guide
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Android By Russell Holly Nov. 11, 2014 9:30 am

Choosing a Motorola phone on Verizon Wireless may seem a little on the crazy side right now, as the company has three phones that are all radically different on the outside, but surprisingly similar when it comes to software. While the Motorola Nexus 6 is perfect for those who want pure Google and a massive screen, and the Moto X is pure style with those wood or leather backplates, the ridiculous battery life and solid camera on the Droid Turbo makes this phone a powerhouse in its own right. To show off the software that helps make this phone special, we’ve put together this video user guide so you know what to expect from the latest in Verizon’s Droid lineup.

The very first thing you should check out on any

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In an alternate universe, Motorola is making weird Android phones for cops
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A few years ago, Motorola split into two parts. One of those parts made lots of things that Verge readers care about — phones, mainly — and ended up getting bought by Google before landing in Lenovo’s lap. This is the part that makes things like the Moto X and the Moto 360. The other part, Motorola Solutions, is far easier to forget unless you’re working in an industry that uses the businessy, infrastructure-y equipment that it manufactures.

Visiting Motorola Solutions’ website is a bit like stepping into a bizarro world where Motorola continues to operate as an independent, Chicago-based company. It’s still using Motorola’s old branding: the old logo, the old typeface from back in the RAZR days, everything. The best part, though, is that Solutions makes a couple of smartphones. They’re designed primarily for police, EMTs, firefighters, and the like — and they look ab…………… continues on The Verge

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