[Deal of the day] Celebrate Valentine’s Day with two discounted Moto Droid Turbo 2 on Verizon!

Valentine’s Day is approaching fast and if you have a significant other you may already be sweating and worrying about what the best gift for the occasion is. Put those flowers and chocolates away, because tech is the gift of the future. Or so thinks Motorola because it just made the best deal possible for you!   In this age of consumerism, why not change things a bit and give up on the proverbial “love” gifts in exchange for matching smartphones? You can now get Two Motorola Droid Turbo 2 phones from Motorola/Verizon at half the price! Isn’t that pure love?   https://twitter.com/Motorola/status/690269139013885953   In order to be eligible for this deal you have to buy a Droid Turbo 2 that you can pair with a duplicate device or with a Maxx 2 phone. You can get them as stock devices from Verizon or you can spice them up a bit in the Moto Maker. Most people will just chose two Turbo 2 devices, and not as much for the matching brand, but for the sake of saving $300, and not less than $200 for a cheaper device.   In order to be eligible for this deal you have to keep in mind that you must activate your phone on Verizon. The promotion does not have an end date at the moment, but expect it to be over after Valentine’s day.   Source: Verizon  

Verizon DROID Trubo 2 and Maxx 2 pamphlets leak ahead of launch

Verizon DROID Turbo 2 and DROID Maxx 2 promotional pamphlets leaked online recently and new details regarding the two devices were spilled on the Internet. This year’s exclusive DROID line devices are back and they will be announced on October 27th.     The most recent leak regarding DROID Turbo 2, the high-end smartphone, and DROID Maxx 2, the mid-range version of the device, was revealed by Droid Life and it presents some interesting details already being rumored on the Internet.   Motorola DROID Turbo 2 details   The high-end version of this year’s Verizon exclusive will get access to Moto Maker, making it the first Verizon DROID device to get this option. The overall design of the device is similar to Moto X 2015 which Motorola has been selling for a little over a month now. The pamphlet mentions a shatterproof screen – a Verizon P-OLED display panel resistant to cracks – that should be more resistant than conventional tempered glass.   DROID Maxx 2 details   The mid-range Verizon-exclusive is promoted as a long-lasting smartphone in terms of battery – it should last up to 48 hours. You can get a blue, red, black or green version and you can trade-in your used phone for up to $300, even if it has a cracked screen.       There’s no news on pricing yet, but expect the Turbo 2 to range between $600-700 and the Maxx 2 to cost around $400-500. Remember these are Verizon DROID -exclusive phones, so you will not be […]

Verizon event teased for October 27 – new DROID phones to launch

Verizon just invited everyone at its event held on October 27 in New York. This event is held in cahoots with Motorola because, as you may have guessed already, it’s all about releasing the new DROID phones. There’s more than one droid launching this year!     Various mobile news sites suggest that there are two DROID devices launching this year: MAXX 2 and Turbo 2. The MAXX 2 is considered a DROID-branded version of Motorola’s Moto X Play, a mid-range device of limited popularity. Turbo 2 is supposed to be a new flagship for the company. Verizon Turbo 2 possible specs Some speculation regarding Turbo 2’s specs has been going around on social media. The device is said to have the following specs: 5.5” QHD display Snapdragon 810 processor 3GB RAM 20MP rear camera 5MP front camera Turbo Charging Android 5.1.1.   The new DROID MAXX 2 is rumored to sport the following specs: 5.5” FHD display Snapdragon 615 processor 2GB RAM 21MP rear camera 5MP front camera 3630 mAh battery.   We are just a few days away from the event, but rumors and leaks will run amok in the following days. Are you excited about the new Verizon Motorola DROID devices?   Source: Droid-life