The Droid Turbo 2 has a shatterproof display that won't break
I'm Dan Graziano here with Motorola's new phone, the Droid terra, oh.
The Droid turbo two is actually shatter-proof, so you can drop the screen and it won't break.
This is the latest device from Verizon and Motorola in the iconic Droid lineup.
It's equipped with a 5.4 inch quad HD display.
It has a 2 gigahertz, Opticore, SnapDragon 810 processor.
3 gigabytes of ram.
It has 32 gigabytes, or 64 gigabytes of storage, and will last up to 48 hours on a single charge And if you're in a rush, you can charge it for 15 minutes and get up to 13 hours of battery life.
Which is pretty good.
It also has a micro SD card slot at the top.
You can add an up to two terabytes of extra storage, which is a nice feature.
On the back you have a 21 megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash.
A rapid focus and zero shutter lag.
While, on the front, you'll find a five megapixel shooter with flash and a wide angle lens for those extra selfies.
And the phone is running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
So it's not the latest version of Marshmallow.
But they said an update is coming in the future.
This is also the first Droid that's customizable on Motorola's Moto Maker website.
So you can pick a different back, you can pick from wood, from nylon, to a soft touch.
It's very similar to the Moto S Pure which we saw earlier this year.
If you buy the 64 gigabyte model on motomaker there's actually a feature called design refresh which lets you refresh the design of the phone once in a two year period, which is something we've never seen before.
It's a really unique touch.
The Droid Turbo Two will be coming exclusively to Verizon on October 29th.
The 32 GB models with cost you $26.00 a month over 24 months while the 64 GB model will cost you $30.00 a month.
I'm Dan Graziano, and that was a first look at the Droid Turbo 2.
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