Best keyboard ever.
Fast LTE data speeds.
Amazing slide-out keyboard with number row.
Superb hardware keyboard.
Display sharpness is lacking.
Below average camera.
Unimpressive LCD display.
Previous DROIDs didn't use plastic.
Camera takes washed-out pictures.
NinjaBlur UI is ugly.
Power and volume buttons are awkward to press.
Big and heavy.
Doesn't run Android 4,0.
Flimsy back battery door.
By Pocketnow on February 25, 2012
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...80
By TechRadar on February 24, 2012
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...80
By PC Advisor on February 17, 2012
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...60
By PCWorld on February 15, 2012
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....70
By Android Central on February 15, 2012
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 February 14, 2012
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...80
By InfoWorld on February 14, 2012
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...78
By Digital Trends on February 13, 2012
If you want a phone that can tap into Verizon's 4G LTE network and you prefer a physical keyboard, then you can't go wrong with the Motorola Droid...80
By techcrunch.com on February 13, 2012
As you’ll notice quite quickly from this infographic, we’re pitting the Droid 4 against its predecessor, the Droid 3, along with the iPhone 4S. For anyone who isn’t a die-hard Android fan, the iPhone 4S usually comes into the equation when it comes...-
By Phone Scoop on February 10, 2012
The Motorola Droid 4 is a good effort from our friends at Motorola and performs well at essential tasks. The Droid 4 is a signal hound, makes great voice calls, and is a solid data device on either 3G or 4G. The Droid 4's QWERTY keyboard is truly...-