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Droid DNA 4G LTE Review

While I may have been an e-Commerce consultant for almost 9 years the talk of technology here is generally relegated to the newest treadmill that declines or has the built in run with friends features (seriously still salivating). But last month I was given a chance to take the HTC DROID DNA for a test drive and anyone who has been around me lately knows, I am a wee bit obsessed with the camera function.

Pictures while moving in vehicle… not problem.
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Self portraits…not an issue because the front camera is as high quality as the back.
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Someone in motion…yup got it with the action feature that takes multiple shots.
Jump Collage
Amazing scene requiring panorama…um yah.
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Instagram so you can see these beauties as they happen. Smile 

BLOGGER PROS

  • The screen is HUGE at 5 inches so I can more easily read articles from all the eNewsletters I get while I’m traveling.
  • The 4G means super fast speed. I was able to connect easily in the mountains and in Iowa.
  • I already talked about the 1080p HD photos above.
  • BeatsAudio makes it great for playing my favorite app Songza.
  • Long battery life means I can do a ton at events without worrying about my phone dying

BLOGGER CONS

  • It’s big, so maybe not as convenient to carry.
  • The picture orientation is really tall and requires cropping to be used in a lot of places.
  • So many things are iPhone compatible and not Droid.
  • The photo gallery makes me insane, I just want to scroll through pictures not albums that are auto created by date.

I feel like for blogging the need to have a great, not good, camera ready at all times has become a top priority. It’s really nice to have that built in to a phone, so that I’m only carrying one thing around all the time. 
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Gratitude Journal
Jan 27
I am grateful for the chance to try out new technology. It makes me exercise my brain and remember that sticking with what I know isn’t always best.

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