Motorola DROID Turbo 2 Specs Sheet Show One Huge Difference Between Its Predecessor

Omar Sohail

No doubt that DROID Turbo was a mobile powerhouse and was fitted with a battery that rivaled those capacities present in tablets, but its successor, Motorola DROID Turbo 2 will obviously scale above it in terms of hardware specifications. However, there is one crucial feature difference that will definitely compel future smartphone consumers to go ahead and purchase the upcoming handset.

Motorola DROID Turbo 2 Has A MicroSD Card Support Up To 2TB – Other Specifications Show That The Smartphone Is No Slouch In Other Categories Either

We had previously reported that Motorola DROID Turbo 2 would be incorporated with a 3,760mAh battery, which might be slightly lower than what was present in the original DROID Turbo, but there other flexible trade-offs that you will receive in return. First, and foremost, DROID Turbo 2 will finally have support for a MicroSD card slot, and after years of releasing high-end smartphones, Motorola has finally found a change of heart. Looks like after the release of the company’s Moto series of devices, the company will finally start to include this necessary feature in future products as well.

DROID Turbo 2 will provide support for MicroSD card up to 2TB, and until now, Microdia is the only company that has released a 512GB storage card, and trust us, it does not go easy on your wallet. Additionally, the handset is said to have a shatterproof screen, and while DROID Turbo 2 might have a very robust screen, we are confident that overzealous reviewers will take their durability tests to the limit, which obviously means that a hammer and several drop tests will come into play.


The large battery capacity will allow smartphone users to get up to 48 hours of battery life, but the specifications sheet did not detail on what kind of tasks users will have to be engaged in in order to experience the aforesaid battery life. For smartphone camera enthusiasts, a 21MP rear shooter is going to be present, and we will definitely get to know more about the details of the camera sensor when a teardown of DROID Turbo 2 takes place.

The smartphone will have an exclusive carrier, much like its predecessor in the form of Verizon, so do not expect anything to change regarding this. Coming to your opinion, would you purchase this smartphone after looking at all the details present in the spec sheet? Let us know your thoughts.


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