Summary: The Droid ULTRA offers a nice experience in a mid-range Android smartphone as it has a nice 5-inch 1280 x 720 display and it surprisingly is able to perform pretty well for a device with only a dual-core processor. But when you compare the ULTRA with some high-end phones like the LG G2 and Samsung Galaxy S4, then you’ll see that it just doesn’t offer as great as an experience as those devices.
Conclusion: The Droid Ultra is a solid mid-range device with a number of attractive features, including its ultra-thin design. Battery life was very good and performance was on-par with what we’d expect from a mid-range phone of today. Although the phone initially launched with a $200 price tag, the price is now down to $99 on contract making it very reasonable for what you get.
Pros: Fantastic battery life, Great performance, Touch less controls
Cons: Fingerprint magnet, Limited to 16GB of storage
Summary: Unless you want the thinnest smartphone on the block, the more powerful HTC One and Droid Maxx are better buys.
Pros: The superthin Motorola Droid Ultra has a lovely, large screen and takes pleasing pictures. The phone also has long battery life and offers slick tricks such as advanced voice commands and screen-based notifications.
Cons: The Motorola Droid Ultra’s chassis feels slippery, collects prints and smudges easily, and isn’t comfortable to hold. The phone has just 16GB of internal storage and no SD card slot.
Motorola Droid Ultra review – Verizon’s cross between the RAZR M and Moto X
3 September 2013
Conclusion: The Motorola Droid Ultra is already out, and you can get it exclusively on Verizon for $200 with a contract or $599 without one (but it’s not unlocked!). That’s very baffling pricing when you consider that the Moto X costs the same, is smaller, will probably have a better battery life, can be customized extensively using the Moto Maker service, is assembled in the US and comes with a few nice accessories (the Skip NFC tag, Sol Republic Jax headphones and high power...
Conclusion: It's funny that the Moto X overshadows Verizon and Motorola's latest Droid for 2013. They share quite a bit of DNA including processing architecture, Moto's wonderful Touchless Control and Active Notifications, AMOLED 720p display technology and a 10MP rear camera with RGBC sensor. But the Moto X wins us over with its overarching focus on usability.
Pros: Great new user-centric features like active notifications and always-listening voice command software.
Cons: Slippery, glossy finish doesn't do justice to the Kevlar underneath. Battery life just OK.
Summary: The HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4, and iPhone 5 made me believe that the days of phone manufacturers kow-towing to the whims of carriers were over. Those devices represent the beliefs of their makers, and are offered to users with only a few Verizon-induced blemishes. The Droid Ultra, on the other hand, appears to have been designed by a committee so large it was bled of every one of its assets.
Pros: Lots of useful additions to Android, Solid call quality, Lots of useful additions to Android, Solid call quality, Excellent battery life
Cons: Awful design, Weak build quality, Poor battery life, Lots of Verizon bloatware, AMOLED display has a few issues, Expensive, Bland, boring design, Lots of Verizon bloatware
Conclusion: Coming in at $199.99 with a 2-year contract, the DROID Ultra has a lot to offer, especially if you are looking for a device running as close to stock Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as possible, while still offering some extra “Motorola perks” such as the Active Display, Touchless Controls, and Motorola Assist.
Pros: Good build quality using Kevlar construction, Close to stock Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with exclusive Motorola apps, Excellent call quality
Cons: Glossy back is a fingerprint magnet, No expandable storage
Motorola Droid Ultra og Droid Maxx gjennomgang – Prisene, Brukeranmeldelser, sammen
14 January 2014
Summary: Flere ganger enn ikke, randen Vurdering er basert på gjennomsnittet av de subscores nedenfor. Men, siden dette er en ikke-vektet gjennomsnitt, Vi forbeholder oss retten til å finpusse den totale poengsummen hvis vi føler at det ikke reflekterer vår generelle vurdering og pris på produktet. Les mer om hvordan vi teste og renteprodukter . Flere ganger enn ikke, randen Vurdering er basert på gjennomsnittet av de subscores nedenfor.
Pros: Masse nyttige tillegg til Android, Solid samtalekvalitet, Masse nyttige tillegg til Android, Solid samtalekvalitet, Utmerket batterilevetid
Cons: Forferdelig utforming, Svak byggekvalitet, Dårlig batterilevetid, Masse Verizon bloatware, AMOLED-skjerm har et par spørsmål, Dyrt, Blant, kjedelig utforming, Masse Verizon bloatware