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Take a Look at Two New Motorola Droid Devices

It is already a foregone conclusion that you can live without smartphones, especially if your company employs mobile workers or if you or your associates spend a considerable amount of your time outdoors. Smartphones can spell the difference between the success or failure of an enterprise, since it provides you with the necessary mobility that is demanded by today’s business world.

Without smartphones, communication inside and outside the business organization will likely becomes tediously slow, if not altogether ground to a halt. You will also not be able to access the features or other specifications of your office-based business telephone (which is powered by phone service providers, one example of which is RingCentral).

Given the abovementioned importance of smartphones in the survival of every type of business, the choice of handheld device is a crucial matter for your business. You must be able to weed out models that would hardly service your company’s needs and come up with a device that can respond to your enterprise’s various needs.

For your consideration, the US company Motorola has recently announced the launch of two new devices from the Droid line, namely, the Motorola Droid Mini and the Droid Ultra. For more information about these handsets, refer to the short previews that follow.

The Motorola Droid Mini

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Miniature versions of popular flagship smartphones have been the hype lately. These devices offer the portability that most consumers want in a smartphone. These miniature versions, while often smaller than the original handsets, are still powerful in their own right.

One of these mini smartphones is the Motorola Droid Mini. The size of this handheld device does not reflect its performance—it is still a powerful device. To help you weigh in the advantages and disadvantages of this smartphone, we provided a list of its salient specifications below:

  • One of the most important advantages of the Motorola Droid Mini is its low price. In fact it is the most affordable of the three latest Droid devices. Under contract, this smartphone costs only $99.
  • This device sports a 4.3-inch TFT 720p display framed by its 4.8” height. The panel is made of Gorilla Glass screen, which makes it durable and shatterproof. It is not an AMOLED screen, which means that it has a less impressive performance than the other Droid handsets.
  • When it comes to performance, the Motorola Droid Mini houses a 1.7GHz proprietary dual-core X8 mobile computing systems. This is coupled by 2GB of RAM. The smartphone also runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS and features a 2000mAh battery that gives users with 28 hours of usage time.
  • In terms of camera specs, the Droid Mini features a 10MP rear-facing shooter and a 2MP front-facing camera.

The Motorola Droid Ultra

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The Motorola Droid Ultra is a midrange device relative to the Droid Maxx and Droid Mini. It does not promise users with a 48-hour battery usage time, instead it has a 28hour battery life. To know more about the specs of the device, read the list below:

  • What it lacks in a number of aspects, the Motorola Droid Ultra makes up for with its trim design. It measures a mere 7.18mm or 0.28”, making it even thinner than the HTC One or the Samsung Galaxy S4.
  • This smartphone features a 5” AMOLED 720p display and is equipped with a 2130mAh battery.
  • In terms of performance, the Motorola Droid Ultra is fitted with a 1.7GHz dual-core processor (similar to Droid Mini’s X8 system). It has 2GB of RAM and runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system.
  • This handheld device has a 10MP rear-facing snapper, not to mention a 2MP front camera, just like in the case of Motorola Droid Mini.

Author’s Bio

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Michael H. Morgan is a copywriter and editor who enjoys the challenges of creativity and attention to details. He writes about a wide variety of topics of interest in the field of business, social media, technology and current trends in the industry and creates only original content. He also writes about telecommunications and lately concentrates on soft phone.

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