This past Tuesday Verizon launched its latest Droid phones–The Droid Maxx, Droid Ultra and Droid Mini. All of the smartphones are noticeably thin, lightweight and feature a reasonably sized screen that’s easy on the eyes.
Highlighted Droid Maxx Features:
- Maximum Battery Life of 2 Days
- Automatic touch camera feature that takes one or multiple shots with the flip of a wrist for a quick capture
- 32 GB of Storage
Verizon Droid Ultra by Motorola, retails for $199.
Highlighted Droid Ultra Features:
- Full Day Battery Life
- Same automatic feature that takes one or multiple photo shots with the flip of a wrist for a quick photo capture
- 16 GB of Storage
Verizon Droid Mini by Motorola, retails for $99.
Highlighted Droid Mini features:
- Overall size of the device similar to that of that of the iPhone
- 4.3″ Display Screen
- 16GB of Storage
Each of the Droids feature voice activation, touchless control and “Droid Zap” technology which allows content like the sharing of photos to be “zapped” into the air. I had the chance to play around with the Droid phones and the “Zap” capability was probably my favorite feature. With the swipe of a finger, you’re able to send a photo or other content “up into the air” for multiple people to receive or you can make your zapped content private which includes a password for maximum protection.
In the midst of the back to school season, smartphones are definitely a necessity; whether it’s being used for research, connecting with others or just planning the day.
Will you be purchasing the Droid for your back to school tech needs?
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