Droid Turbo 2 From Droid Turbo 1

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Turbo' started by m@tt, Oct 29, 2015.

  1. m@tt

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    Who is planning on making the jump? I really don't see much different besides customizing the outside.
     
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    I added "Turbo" to your thread title to avoid confusion. Though you've posted in the proper forum, I read the title in the Recent Posts view and thought you were nuts for considering upgrading only to a Droid 2...almost as nuts as someone who's still using a Droid 1. ;)
     
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    I've considered it, just don't think it's worth it right now. The turbo 1 is still a solid phone.

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    I would have to agree with you. Out of all hones I've owned this one never skipped a beat. My issues are move with Motorola software.
     
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    I'll hold on to Turbo I. Actually I've only had this phone since spring so it's still KINDA. new.


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    I made the jump. The 32G model. Time will tell, but so far, so good!
     
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    What's the screen like?? The feel...did you have to assemble anything??
     
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    I think that the screen is very sharp. I looked at some my photos and seems just as clear and colorful. A little bigger than the T1,but not uncomfortable. No assembly what so ever. I did have the store rep put on a Verizon flexible glass screen protector.

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    I'm going to check em out..home sick today..but what better way to get rid of this..baaahahahahahahahahaha..
     
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    I went and put hands on it..its a solid feeling device..not as solid as my bn turbo..but it still felt good in hand...

    The screen...its solid ..but with my hand strength I could feel flex ..not trying to squeeze it to death either..just applying pressure..

    It still feels like a well built device..but a tax flimsy but its hard to say...the stupid lanyard security attachments were on all 5 display models...they offer more bn choices this year with moto maker..and then leather and rubber backing with different colors..

    This phone isn't bad...its not much of an improvement on the original turbo..and 700+$ for the option to remake the device in a 2 year period...does that come with a battery replacement too??
     
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    I would think that, in order to not shatter, there has to be SOME give in the overall build.
     
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    I am staying with the Turbo 1, I got it just last July, and I am very happy with it. Plus it is my work phone, I doubt my boss would approve a new phone :).
     
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