The DROID Ultra is one of the latest offerings from Motorola. It’s peppy dual-core processor and 5-inch AMOLED display offer plenty of power and beautiful visuals. However, there is one potential problem. Brad Molen of Engadget summed it up best when he said “...we simply can't think of a reason why the Ultra should co-exist with the X at the exact same price.”
Much like the Moto X, the DROID Ultra is solid, fast, takes respectable pictures, supports the latest technologies and has a bountiful battery life. This is largely because it has almost identical hardware apart from slightly larger screen and a different shell. For a slightly larger investment, the DROID MAXX offers all of this plus more storage and wireless charging.
The DROID Ultra is, in both pricing and features, a mid-tier phone. Is this a problem? Depends on your use for the phone. However, Cory Gunther of Android Community sums things up nicely in his review, stating “Yes we’ll see 8-core phones soon, but that’s overkill, to be honest, and this DROID Ultra will have enough power to make 99% of consumers plenty happy. Nuff said.”
The Good: Minimal interface changes from stock Android, all-day battery life, comfortable grip and a large screen.
The Bad: Prone to fingerprints and grime, no microSD support, lack of camera options and poor visibility in direct lighting.
Prices (Where to Buy)
Motorola released the DROID Ultra on August 20, 2013.
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Motorola backs up the DROID Ultra with a 1 Year parts & labour warranty.
If your DROID Ultra has problems and is still within its warranty period, you could contact Motorola support or the retailer you purchased the phone from. You'll find Motorola's contact information here. If your phone is off warranty and needs repair for a physical problem such as a broken screen or bad battery, you should visit an authorized service centre or a local phone repair shop. You can also connect with others in The Informr Community Forum to find and share answers to questions.