The new Motorola is among us, or so the company says.
The US-based handset maker has been on cruise control since being acquired by Google early last year. And ever since, we’ve been eagerly awaiting post-acquisition Motorola handsets in hopes of a beautiful fusion of an adept hardware manufacturer and the maker of one of our favorite mobile operating systems.
In the last month, Motorola drew the curtains on its new outlook on the mobile market, which consisted of four new phones: Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx, Droid Mini, and the Moto X. We’ve already had an extensive look at the Moto X, and Michael and I have had a lot to say about it. But what about the Verizon-specific devices? The Droid Ultra just arrived and before getting down to the nitty gritty, we decided to give it the unboxing treatment.