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12-18-2014

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Droid Turbo still the boss

2017-03-22, 18:53 PM

I just wanted to post something which is not an issue, and this may not be appropriate here. However well into 2 years + on this Droid Turbo and just like the original Droid this thing just keeps on ticking. Sure there has been a few quirks however nothing for me to get excited about and ditch this brand. Even at my age I continue to pound Google, Email, Social Apps, Maps, and a little music. Having 3 Droid Turbos on my account and yes an I Phone 7+ (the wife) I can honestly saw overall Iam one satisified customer, but then again I had the original bag phone! My hats off to Motorola and I continue to purchase most electronics in the MOTO brand for superior performance. Yes DROID STILL RULES!

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08-15-2016

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Re: Droid Turbo still the boss

2017-03-22, 19:43 PM

Hi; in my case my droid turbo, after updating to MM, became another phone...battery drain is incredible and it seems to have a 2500mah battery...no gps, no long phone calls, no bluetooth, no games, no wifi always searching...the signal is good but both in airplane mode and in standby my phone drains very very much...it was an incredible phone, so this is frustrating... developers please, try to fix this issue   Thanks 

p.s. where did the droid turbo great autonomy go?? 

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11-29-2010

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Re: Droid Turbo still the boss

2017-04-03, 21:14 PM

I know right! 2.6 years and still going strong! With the exception of the screen cracking back in December of 2014 and then immediately being replaced by fantastic Motorola customer service free of charge of course I'm having problems finding a reason to upgrade my xt1254 bn64.

I checked phonearena.com recently thinking. My Turbo 2 the new Samsung S8 the Motorola Turbo 2 and a couple other recent additions to pick cell and I still can't justify spending the money to upgrade right now now it's the battery decides to go which I'm kind of expecting any day now even after I replace the device I'm still going to be using this phone, phones. Which is the same situation I had with my Droid 2 and my Droid 4 which are still in use today just not on the Verizon network.

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Re: Droid Turbo still the boss

2017-08-20, 10:58 AM

Well 4 months after last post and I switched to a basic phone, wanted something small to fit in my pocket. Sorry Verizon my mistake as the switch lasted 4 hours. Ported number back to the droid. Yes it still works fine and I guess I am just plain spoiled! What Next.........?

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Re: Droid Turbo still the boss

2017-09-09, 12:05 PM
WELL I DID IT! Will always keep the turbo however I did stay with MOTO. Rocking the MOTO Z2 FORCE. Thanks for the support the last couple of years.
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Re: Droid Turbo still the boss

2017-09-09, 20:39 PM

WIth the utmost of urgency, I totally agree and thus second your MOTO experience.

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