The modern smartphone consumer has so many options that picking a good device can be a daunting task. Between Samsung's latest Galaxy phones, Apple's iPhones and the ever-expanding line of HTC products, there are a lot of great devices out there. The Droid Turbo from Motorola is no exception, as the phone packs in a ton of top-of-the-line features.
One of the most impressive is its 3,900mAh battery, which can last for a long time even with heavy use. Also, if you're using the phone in an area with poor network coverage, it has a feature called Advanced Calling that shunts voice calls over the LTE data network instead of the regular voice network, which can improve call quality.
However, it's not all perfect: the Turbo's dead-simple camera interface takes a while to get used to, and its somewhat odd "Zap" feature doesn't always work as advertised (you can only fling photos and videos to people nearby or to your Chromecast). Also, since it runs an older version of Android, the Droid Turbo isn't getting the Lollipop update that some other Motorola handsets are getting.
Still, it's a great phone with a ton of features, and we're sure that you'll find some way to make it work for you. If you're tired of receiving calls and text messages from annoying numbers, you can easily block them on your Motorola droid turbo. To do this, you'll need to open the Phone app and go to the Recent Calls tab. Here you'll see a list of all the recent calls and texts you've received. To block a number, select the caller and then tap and hold it until a menu appears. From here, you can choose to block the number or add it to the Auto Reject list.