Just as happened last year, Motorola has two great phones available now on Verizon Wireless. The newly-announced DROID Turbo and Moto X both have their ups and downs, but which is the better overall pick for you to spend your hard-earned dollars on? Our DROID Turbo vs Moto X 2014 comparison video, embedded down below, will help you make the decision.

On paper, there’s a pretty vast difference here – the camera’s megapixel count on the DROID Turbo smokes that of the Moto X, the Turbo’s processor is considerably more powerful, its display is superior as far as pixel density is concerned, and more. But this comparison amounts to more than just specs. Both being near-vanilla Android devices, it’s hard to judge the differences based on how much power each packs, so this one’s a tough matchup, one that takes more than just a cursory glance to get results from.

But a touch challenge never scared us away from a comparison before, and it’s not about to make us yield now. Click on through to the faceoff below, and once you’re finished, share your thoughts with us in the comments: will it be DROID Turbo or Moto X for you?

DROID Turbo vs Moto X (2014)

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