All three devices take the shape or design of the traditional Motorola classic design. However, the only notable difference in their design comes with their sizes. As opposed to the Motorola G and Motorola X, the Motorola Droid Turbo model comes with a flat screen display that is more eminent. The Motorola X and the Droid Turbo come with a similar display size of 5.2 inches, whereas the Motorola G comes with a much smaller display size of 5.0 inches.
Even though the Droid Turbo and the Moto X come with similar screen sizes, the former is better placed when it comes to quality of display as it comes with QHD display and a screen resolution of 565 ppi or 1440 by 2560 pixels. On the other hand, the Motorola X comes with a screen resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels, whereas the Motorola G comes with a screen resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels.
Of the three smartphones, only the Droid includes a Splash resistant protection on the screen. The three smartphones are installed with two front speakers.
Hardware and Software
Of the three phones, only the Motorola G comes with an extended support for external memory, however, this is a compensation for the absence of significant internal memory. This model comes with internal storage of 8 GB while the Motorola X comes in two variants, one offering 16 GB and another offering 32 GB of memory. On the other hand, the much sophisticated Droid Turbo also comes in two variants, one with an internal storage of 32 GB and the other offering users with a space of 64 GB.
All the three phones come with a quad core processor but the Motorola Droid Turbo is much faster than the other two phones. The Droid comes with a processor that clocks a speed of 2.7 GHz compared to that of the Motorola G, which clocks a mere speed of 1.2 GHz. On the other hand, the Motorola X is a bit fast but not faster than the Turbo, clocking a speed of 2.5 GHz.
The Droid keeps getting an upper hand in most of the hardware and software capabilities and it’s at it again with the RAM as it comes with a better support for 3 GB of RAM, whereas the Motorola X supports a RAM of 2 GB. On the contrary, the budget Motorola G comes with a RAM of just 1 GB.
As earlier noted, these three devices are priced very differently. The Motorola G is considered the budget phone of the three with its $ 230 price tag, however; the experience and performance it delivers is not what most users would want.
The Motorola X on the other hand delivers some great performance and it is priced at a much lower price than the Droid, coming in at $ 400, while the Motorola Droid Turbo is the best of all with some amazing features, delivering users with a flagship experience, and it comes at a much higher price of $ 500.
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