Motorola Droid 4

  • Motorola Droid 4
76
Based on 15 scores, 34 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Good camera.
  • LTE Connectivity.
  • Speedy performance.

Cons:

  • Battery is not user replaceable.
  • MicroSD card not included.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TopTenREVIEWS on

The Motorola Droid 4 is an Android smartphone with a slide-out five-row QWERTY keyboard. The keyboard on this Motorola smartphone is great if you prefer a physical keyboard instead of a digital one. The keys are rubber for better grip, and the lighting...

By ConsumerSearch on

The Motorola Droid 4 boasts fans a dual-core smartphone with Verizon's 4G LTE network and an excellent physical keyboard. While reviewers rate it as the best keyboard on the market, the "blurry screen and a poor camera overshadow the phone's...

By Dev Hardware on

TOOLS YOU CAN USE advertisementThe Motorola Droid 4 for Verizon Wireless is an Android-based smartphone that packs plenty of functionality into its rather massive frame. Of course, that frame may be a deal-breaker for some, but smartphone shoppers in...

By Pocketables on

Specifications Probably the biggest change in the Droid 4 is actually the inclusion of Verizon's 4G LTE, as most of the specs match up fairly closely with the Droid 3. In fact, the Droid 4's 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4-inch qHD 960 x 540...

By G4tv.com on 60

Video Review: The Droid 4 by Motorola comes with a laser cut slide out keyboard, LED edge lit keys, a 1.2 GHz processor and an 8 megapixel camera. Matt Mira and Kevin Pereira discuss the pros and cons of this smartphone that retails for $199 with a...

By The Gadgeteer on

When it comes down to it, this phone might not be exciting. Thin. Or sexy. But it is the only 4G Android smartphone currently available that has a sliding keyboard. And the keyboard is a nice one at that. Most Android fans will probably overlook this...

By Pocketnow on 80

The Droid 4 has gotten almost everything right: it's sized right for a phone that includes a keyboard and feels very durable, has acceptable battery life, a fast processor, and a nice display. While the Gingerbread OS is disappointing, the device...

By TechRadar on 80

The keyboard wars are still raging. The argument against physical keyboards often comes down to size - but to some, no price is to great for a keyboard. And make no mistake, the Droid 4 is a brick of a phone, thanks to its signature slider. But with the...

By booredatwork.com on

The Droid 4 is final here, yes we have waited a while for Motorola 's QWERTY keyboard device, which looks eerie similar to the Droid Razr in design. The DROID 4 comes with a 4 inch qHD display, 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of...

By gadgetsteria.com on

Motorola has, since November 2009, had special place in the Android world with their highly popular, physical keyboard toting Droid series. While the latest iterations dropped the hallowed “pure” Google experience and instead adopted...

By Phone Arena on

Normally, newer devices gain a lot of attention for being fresh on the scene, as opposed to some other models that have been around for months. Yes, we adore that the DROID 4 is the supreme messaging device, and even better, its $200 on-contract...

By PC Advisor on 60

The Droid 4 has one of the best keyboards I've ever used on a mobile phone. It has excellent performance in games, and call quality is even and clear. Sadly, the Droid 4's blurry display may keep some people away. Why Motorola decided to go back...

By Phone Arena on

Strolling down memory lane, it’s amazing to know that the DROID 4 is a descendant of the granddaddy Android device of them all, the original Motorola DROID, but in this day and age, the latest DROID-only branded device has seemingly passed on the...

By Android Police on

So, how does the Droid 4 stack up against the keyboard-packing Droids of old? It has a substantially better keyboard, a processor that packs a punch, and enough juice to get you through the day. It may not have the same impact on the market or the...

By PC World on 70

The Droid 4 is the phone to buy if you are looking for a physical keyboard, though the blurry display leaves some room for improvement....

By Android Central on

Verizon's latest is close to being the perfect sliderAfter two years and four hardware iterations, the Motorola Droid 4 is the pinnacle of the line that brought Android into the living rooms of America, if not the world. That's it. Plain and...

By MobileBurn on 80

Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. While T-Mobile might have fired the first Android salvo with the G1, it was Verizon and Motorola's DROID that really got the notice of the U.S. market. It featured a rock-solid build, a large (for the...

By InfoWorld on 78

Follow @MobileGalen There are too many Android smartphones to choose from, most with meaningless differences as so well parodied on "Saturday Night Live" this past weekend. But one real choice is the Droid 4, the latest version of Motorola...

By Gizmodo on 70

The original Motorola Droid was the first Android phone worth getting (sorry G1, we loved you, but it was). A little over two years and three reincarnations later, that familiar—or is it tired?—form-factor is back. Has the Droid 4 evolved...

By The Verge on 68

The Droid 4 is a straight mashup of the Droid RAZR and Droid 3, no question there: put the three handsets on a table and you'll see connections everywhere. The Droid 4 has the same beveled edges and camera module placement as the RAZR, even as...