Droid Turbo 2 will feature ‘shatterproof’ display and Moto Maker customization

18 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Droid Turbo 2 will feature ‘shatterproof’ display and Moto Maker customization.

Motorola and Verizon have already announced that we’ll be seeing the next Droid smartphones on October 27th. Verizon will soon be announcing the new lineup of Droid handsets, exclusively made for Big Red by Motorola, the event has already been scheduled for October 27th but that won’t stop the leaks from coming in.The Droid Turbo 2, according to the leak, is a smartphone with a “shatterproof screen” — and to promote this feature, the wireless carrier will launch a promo allowing customers to trade-in (worth $300) their old phones, including smartphones that have cracked screen — and buy the incoming Droid Turbo.The annual Mobile World Congress hosts a few of the wold’s largest communication companies, with many unveiling their latest phones and wearables gadgets. Although the Verizon Droid series has long been manufactured by Motorola, these fairly high-end Droid have always been associated mainly with Big Red, sort of the carrier’s official entry in the smartphone space.

Meanwhile, the Droid Maxx 2 will be marketed by Verizon as having a longer battery life than rival smartphones — including the brand new iPhone 6S Plus. The tech site revealed that “Before the iPhone 4 ever landed at Verizon, the carrier had struck a deal with Motorola to deliver a smartphone that offered Verizon customers an alternative to the AT&T-only iPhone”. After the release of Motorola Moto X Pure and Moto X Play, Motorola is about to launch its next models, and this time, it has merged with Verizon to launch the device.

Additionally, it was also mentioned that aside from the much-rumored successor to the Droid Turbo flagship, Verizon and Motorola will also unveil Maxx 2. We still have no idea how Motorola has managed to accomplish this, or exactly which materials have made the latest Droid’s display so durable. (Perhaps we’ll see a return to plastic?) Both companies must be pretty confident of the phone’s toughness if they’re willing to make “shatterproof” an actual selling point.

The “shatterproof” screen mentioned in the promotional market most likely represents a P-OLED display where P stands for “plastics,” the material happens to be more resistant to cracks as opposed to conventional tempered glass.

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