Droid Turbo 2 Size Comparison Chart Link

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  1. dgstorm

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    The folks at Phone Arena put together a useful size comparison chart. You get to see the size of the new Motorola Droid Turbo 2 as it is visually and numerically compared to a number of different devices. This includes the following phones:
    • Moto X Style
    • Apple iPhone 6S Plus
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 5
    • OG Droid Turbo
    • LG V10
    • HTC One A9
    The Moto Droid MAXX 2 size is also compared to these same phones in the post: Motorola DROID Turbo 2 and DROID Maxx 2 size comparison vs rivals: how big is big enough?
     
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    Big phones need love too, and this year they are getting a lot of love.

    Big phones are great for media, but poor for pocketing.

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    I understand that larger phones are popular, people are buying them. But geez.....some of these are not much smaller than my daughters Kindle Fire HD 7. Soon we will all look like this:

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    It's all the rage overseas already. Once again, America is behind.
     
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    Thank goodness for blue tooth headsets and car systems.

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    Well...if they get much bigger..they can install solar panels...the device would self sustain and burn your face...all at once...who's in???
     
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    The problem, will be, that they won't fit in pockets any more. Here come the fanny packs for phones. ;);)
     
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    I've had no problems with Nexus or S6e+ in pockets.. Peeps need to buy their right pants sizes.. Lmao

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    No...no...no fanny packs

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    Tethers...with lanyards around our throats...that will be in the future.. Apple...the ihang. Lol
     
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    Once again America is leading the way. Turbo1 is as big as I want and its slightly too large.

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    I need to button my turbo into my shirt pocket or it just may slip out and break. Still might be a moot point with a shatterproof display. Still happy with the turbo still.

    We must...We must...increase our boost
     
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