DROID Turbo in Limited Edition Metallic Colors Available May 28

Look down at your phone; think it’s time for an upgrade? The DROID Turbo by Motorola, the 4G LTE smartphone with up to 48 hours of battery life, will soon be available in Gray Ballistic Nylon with the following three options– Metallic Blue Accents, Metallic Orange Accents, and Metallic Violet Accents. The new choices will be online and in stores starting May 28 on Verizon Edge for $20.83 a month for 24 months; 0% APR (full retail price $499.99).

Your old smartphone can help you get that stylish new DROID Turbo, too. For a limited time, you can get $150 or more when you recycle your old smartphone (must be in good working condition) and purchase a DROID Turbo on Edge. Additionally, you can get a $100 bill credit within 2-3 billing cycles when you bring your number to Verizon and activate a new smartphone on Verizon Edge. 

Why DROID Turbo?

  • Advanced Calling 1.0 – HD isn’t just for TVs. When you call someone with a compatible smartphone you’ll enjoy HD Voice Calling. And you can start a video call with your friends as easily as making a traditional call

  • Up to 48-hour battery life – that’s a lot of selfies, Vine videos, gaming, and picture taking

  • Turbo Charging – Even if you only have 15 minutes before heading out, the Turbo Charger will get you up to 8 hours of battery life in that time

  • Soon to be updated from Android KitKat to Android 5.1 Lollipop

Why Edge?

  • Monthly Saving - save up to $25 off monthly line access for every Verizon Edge smartphone on a MORE Everything Plan

  • No upgrade or activation fees

  • Easy monthly payments - cost of the DROID Turbo is split into 24 monthly installments

So what color model are you picking up? Let us know on Twitter @VZWnews.

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