In the world of phones, having great reception is king, and one thing no one cant deny is Verizon has the best service any where in NYC. Phones nowadays are more than just a device, its our lives, its our office, it’s the way we connect to our love ones daily. Because it dominates our lives, these new batch of phones must be extremely versatile and have the capabilities to do it all. So with that being said lets put the new Droid Ultra to the test.
Off the bat the phone is thin, sleek, and wide enough to keep everything on the screen. I had a black Droid Ultra for almost a month and for the most part it was valuable in my life. I use social media so much that having two phones for a month can only be describe as heaven sent. But with every good comes bad as well.
Good: Great battery life, I went almost 3 days without charging the phone. The sleek design allowed me to fit the phone virtually anywhere, its Verizon so the service was impeccable, when the phone was in sleep mode I was still able to see what messages came without turning the phone on. Apps, typing, and overall usability were good.
Bad: Because of its sleek design it can fit in places our hands can’t get too. The quality of the pictures it took were horrible, I mean I actually hated taking pictures of anything. If you picked up this phone after having an iPhone or galaxy, you would be totally confused the first couple of days. Motorola seems to have gone rouge on making their phones at least familiar to other popular phones.
Overall, I give this phone a 2.8 out of 5. The main factor is having Verizon as your service provider, this phone is not for anyone who loves to take pictures and photos or anyone who has left iphone or galaxy. I would recommend this phone to anyone who needs a phone to be a phone. Make and receive calls, text messages that go through and one who loves plating games and downloading apps. Verizon has introduced their new “Edge Up” program. After six months and once 50 percent of the retail price has been paid, customers can “Edge Up” for a brand new device. No hassles. No upgrade fees. No long-term service contact. It’s that simple. Now all we need is for Verizon to bring those prices down, sheesh.
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