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Motorola Droid Ultra in-depth review

With the release of three new Motorola Droid handsets looming, it will be hard to know which of the three would be the better choice. Having said that, all three cater for different needs, and so if you feel as though you need a smartphone with an average screen then the Ultra is worth a look.

Motorola Droid Ultra in-depth review — It is all very well reading an in-depth review of handsets, but we believe it to be better to watch a video review instead, as this gives you a greater understanding of the phone and how well it performs when running certain tasks.

Below we have come across a Motorola Droid Ultra review in two parts, which in all totals just over 20 minutes. In the video review we get to see how the Droid Ultra compares to the LG G2 and other similar handsets, although we have to say the LG G2 is a rather impressive handset and could take some beating.

The Ultra is slotted right in the middle of the three new Droid devices, and while they all have similar functions, there are some differences, all of which are explained in detail in those two video.

Overall this is a great effort from Motorola, and shows that the company is ready to turn things around since being bought out by Google.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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