This poll has closed, check out the latest Mobile Madness battle.
After today we will have seen at least half the phones of this year’s Mobile Madness face off. Yesterday was the Moto X vs. the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the Note 4 winning the battle. Though it looks like plenty of Moto X fans were vocal in their support for the Moto X it looks like there were just more Note 4 fans that voted. But that is the way Mobile Madness seems to work. At any rate, both phones are great. Now on to the next round.
Today’s winner will face off against the Galaxy Note 4 in the battle of 8. So who will it be? The funky-backed, 48-hour battery life Motorola Droid Turbo or the oddly shaped but oh-so useful BlackBerry Passport?
Let’s vote and find out!
Motorola Droid Turbo
In addition to having the 2K display, a cutting edge processor and high megapixel camera, the Turbo comes equipped with a monstrous 3900mAh battery. It’s essentially this year’s Moto X on steroids, and although it doesn’t have a fancy design—not to mention it’s a Verizon exclusive in the U.S.—the Turbo just might be the best Motorola device we’ve seen all year. That’s saying a lot, especially considering how strong the company’s lineup is.
You want the latest specs and a titanic battery? You got it. The DROID Turbo is the perfect combination of both… Read more
BlackBerry returned to its more premium roots. The BlackBerry Passport has a bizarre design, though it’s one that I am fascinated with, and offers a three-row QWERTY keyboard, a super sharp display and a metal frame. It feels solid and looks admittedly corporate, which is fine for a device targeted at the enterprise, but how does it function? I’ve been using the BlackBerry Passport for the past couple of weeks and am ready to share my opinions… read more.
|Motorola - DROID Turbo||BlackBerry - Passport|
|Display Size||5.2-inch, 1440 x 2560 pixel display (565 ppi)||4.5-inch, 1440 x 1440 pixel display (453 ppi)|
|Operating System||Android 4.4.4 (at launch)||BlackBerry OS 10.3|
|Processor||2.7GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805||2.2GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801|
|Main Camera (Back)||21MP||13MP|
|Secondary Camera (Front)||2MP||2MP|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 4.0||Bluetooth 4.0|
|Height||73.3 mm (2.89 inches)||198 mm (7.80 inches)|
|Width||143.5 mm (5.65 inches)||90.3 mm (3.56 inches)|
|Depth||11.2 mm (0.44 inches)||0.36 mm (0.01 inches)|
|Weight||176 g (6.21 oz)||196 g (6.91 oz)|
|Supported Audio Formats||AAC, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, MIDI, MP3, PCM/WAVE, FLAC, OGG/Vorbis||MP3, MKA, AAC, AMR, F4V, WAV, MP2PS, MP2TS, AWB, OGG, FLAC|
|Supported Video Formats||H.263, H.264 AVC, H.265, MPEG-4 SP, VP8||3GP, 3GP2, M4A, M4V, MOV, MP4, MKV, MPEG-4, AVI, ASF, WMV, WMA|
|In The Box||N/A||N/A|
|March 11(play-in round)||HTC One M9||Vs|
|March 12||Winner of the play-in round (HTC One M9)||Vs|
|March 13||Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge||Vs|
|March 14||Moto X (2014)||Vs||Samsung Galaxy Note 4|
|March 15||Motorola Droid Turbo||Vs||BlackBerry Passport|
|March 16||LG G Flex 2||Vs||Sony Xperia Z3|
|March 17||Nexus 6||Vs||BlackBerry Classic|
|March 18||iPhone 6||Vs||OnePlus One|
|March 19||Galaxy S6||Vs||Galaxy Note Edge|
|March 20||Winner of March 12 (HTC One M9)||Vs||Winner of March 13|
|March 21||Winner of March 14||Vs||Winner of March 15|
|March 22||Winner of March 16||Vs||Winner of March 17|
|March 23||Winner of March 18||Vs||Winner of March 19|
|March 24-26||Winner of March 20||Vs||Winner of March 21|
|March 26-28||Winner of March 22||Vs||Winner of March 23|
|March 29-31||Winner of March 24-26||Vs||Winner of March 26-28|
|Winner Announced April 1|