The Motorola DROID Ultra is $199.99 with a signed two-year contract and some have been critical of the manufacturer's decision to go with a 5 inch screen with 720x 1280 resolution. That results in a 294ppi pixel density which is not awful, but is certainly well below the 440ppi figure that 5 inch models with a Full HD (1080 x 1920) resolution offer. Another complaint involves the lack of a microSD slot on the handset which means buyers are stuck with the 16GB of native storage on the device.
As of Tuesday evening, the phone is still available from Verizon's website, but from Big Red, the device could ship as late as August 27th. If you don't mind paying an extra $100, you can pick up the Motorola DROID MAXX which has the same specs as the DROID Ultra but has a higher capacity 3500mAh battery which allows you to go 48 hours between charges. The DROID MAXX also gives you 32GB of native storage and is still available from Best Buy's site.
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