Father’s Day can be a tricky holiday to shop for. What do you get a man that spends so much of himself giving to his family? Personally, I don’t think it’s a coincidence that Father’s Day is right around the first day of Summer. I don’t know a dad who doesn’t like an evening spent with the grill, weekends at the lake, days spent fishing off the pier or maybe just a friendly game of beach volleyball. So it makes sense to get him a gift that sticks with him during all of his summer adventures, like the DROID Turbo by Motorola in Gray Ballistic Nylon. From exceptional battery life to being water friendly it’s designed to keep up.
Exceptional Battery Life
The DROID Turbo is said to have a 48 hour battery life, which means Dad can go two days without stopping to recharge thanks to the largest battery of any smartphone. So he can text, talk, watch ESPN videos and check the weather to his hearts content without stopping to search for an outlet.
Beach Safe, Road-Trip Safe and Everything-Else Safe
Summer is almost here and more than a handful of Dads will be looking for an adventure. Maybe a guy’s weekend in Las Vegas, a day on the boat or a weekend in the woods. The DROID Turbo by Motorola features a water-repellent nano-coating and Corning Gorilla Glass help protect the device from spills and scratches. The premium ballistic nylon, originally developed for military use, is further reinforced with a layer of Kevlar, a material five times stronger than metal.
It’s as Unique as He Is.
In addition to three different accent color choices (metallic orange, metallic violet and metallic blue), the DROID Turbo also comes with Moto Experiences that let you personalize how you interact with it, including Moto Voice, Moto Assist and Moto Display.
While travel Dad and his family are taking on their summer vacation, he can document every moment with the DROID Turbo’s camera. It’s the “no selfie stick needed” camera that allows you to take voice controlled selfies.
Get your DROID Turbo by Motorola in Gray Ballistic Nylon with your choice of metallic orange, violet and blue accent colors at Verizon.com.
Motorola sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.