Samsung’s turn at putting a 4G phone on Verizon’s LTE network? Well, it’s called the Droid Charge. Let’s see how it fairs in our quick review.
- Feels a bit chunky
- Solid feeling
- Shaped like a spaceship
- 1 Ghz processor
- Super AMOLED Screen
- Verizon 4G LTE
- Physical buttons instead of capacitive
- 8MP camera with LED Flash on back
- 1.3MP camera for video calling on front
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To test battery life, we use the device as if it were our own for a day. We make phone calls, surf the internet, read and respond to emails, text, etc. in a way that we think your average user of this device would. We wanted to test real world battery life and figured, while this way of testing has many variables, it is the closest to what an average user would actually experience and care about. We then determine how many hours off of the charger the device lasted before it completely died and post the results here:
Lasted 11 hours before completely dying.
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If you are looking for a device on Verizon that takes advantage of their new, super-fast 4G LTE network, and has a bright, crisp, large touchscreen, then the Droid Charge is a device you should check out.
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