Motorola Droid 4 4G LTE No Contract Verizon Cell Phone

January 22, 2014 - Comment

The Motorola Droid family of phones are known and famous for their powerful phones with a physical QWERTY keyboard, enter the Droid 4. The Droid 4, unlike its previous versions has finally changed its look for a sleeker and angular look that completely hides the QWERTY keyboard which pulls out from underneath. Running with a

The Motorola Droid family of phones are known and famous for their powerful phones with a physical QWERTY keyboard, enter the Droid 4.

The Droid 4, unlike its previous versions has finally changed its look for a sleeker and angular look that completely hides the QWERTY keyboard which pulls out from underneath. Running with a 1.2-GHz dual-core processor on Android 2.3 the Droid 4 will provide you will a fast and smooth experience. Another upgrade is for the first time, this will phone will be capable of 4G LTE which will enhance your web browsing experience. Droid 4 comes equipped with a 4-inch HD screen and has two cameras. The 8.0 megapixel rear-camera will capture all your precious moments and will record video in full 1080p HD quality. The 1.3 front facing camera is there to assist you with video chatting. The phone features one of the best QWERTY keyboards available on the market. Speaking of market, since it is running on Android you will have access to Google Play which will allow you to download 100,000’s of great useful apps. The phone features Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot while still possessing the basic functions of a phone such as clear calling, text a

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Comments

Patrick L. Randall says:

Solid phone. Improves on the Droid 2 When I initially joined the Droid ‘army’ with my R2-D2 Droid phone (just a special edition version of the Droid 2) in 2010, I was quite taken by it. I loved the interface, the wide array of apps, and the very necessary physical keyboard (I have fat fingers. So, I run into a lot of problems with a touch screen keyboard). However, as much as I loved the Droid 2, there several issues that proved to be very aggravating over time. The first was the frequency with which the home…

J. Adelman says:

Fine phone, poor battery experience I’ve had this phone since a few days after Verizon released it. Keyboard is great, 4G is fast, hotspot works well, dual-CPU makes it fly for most tasks. OS is decent (but rooted it just to install AdAway and make real backups). My major complaint:* By choosing to make the battery non-removable, it meant that not only could I not have a spare ready, but if the port to which the USB power cord attaches gets in any way busticated, the phone soon is dead. The only option now that…

ALASTAIR WIGGINS says:

Best Android phone I’ve used I was sick of mis-typing on touch keyboards and longed for a physical keyboard like on my old Sony Xperia. Unfortunately, no such Android phones exist here in Australia, so took a risk in buying this one. I was not disappointed. Plenty of technical support available online and no issues putting a Telstra NextG SIM card into this phone.Advertised as re-furbished, but it came without a scratch. Looked good as new to me! Also managed to pick up a Lapdock 100 on eBay so now I can use…

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