The new Motorola DROID is equipped with everything necessary for true multitasking prowess and the Motorola DROID Prime is no exception. Whether you're working or playing, the Motorola DROID Prime allows you to multitask with ease. Designed with a large, high-definition screen and a high-speed octa core processor, the DROID Prime gives you everything you need to multitask in a phone. Take a look at the ways the new DROID Prime and DROID XP can help you multitask with ease.
First, let's look at what it is the new Motorola DROID Prime does and doesn't do. Like many modern smartphones and tablets, it offers ready-to-use apps that allow you to go from using your phone to accessing the internet on the go. This ready-to-use experience is something users of the a52 and s20 series are used to, but with the addition of the new Android ecosystem and the additional features provided by the chipset, the ability to use these apps right from your phone is a much more viable option.
The next thing the new Android devices offer is a customizable user interface. Unlike the previous generation, the design of the new DROID has one ui (or “ui” for short) that runs across the entire screen. Users of the a52 series and s20 series were stuck with an on-screen layout that changed based upon which application you were running. This was inconvenient, especially for those who wished to change the way they used their phone. With one ui running across the entire screen, you can use applications from anywhere, which is a feature the a52 didn't have.
Another benefit of the a551 and a52 series is their camera performance. While the a52 has a great single lens camera, the newest model of the aperia has two lenses – a 12.2 MP lens on the a51 and a 5.5 MP lens on the a52. This is fantastic for taking quality pictures, especially when you are outdoors and aren't getting a whole lot of light. With a larger, more reliable lens, you can get quality pictures in low lighting as well.
For those who want a little more versatility when it comes to their camera, the a 1951 has what's called night mode. While it might not sound all that important to a casual smartphone user, it can make your picture taking experience much better. It allows you to change the white balance of your photo, so that pictures taken during the day with a brighter environment would appear darker and those taken at night would appear lighter. This is perfect for anyone who works on their phones during the nighttime hours and wants to be able to see the subject in the photograph. While it does limit the types of subjects you can take photographs of in night mode, it is a very handy feature for anyone who uses their phone during the day.
When comparing the a 1951 to the iPhone, many people will immediately compare the cameras. In some ways, they are both solid choices. The A 1951 has slightly better battery life but the size and weight is not something that the iPhone cannot live with. It also has a bit more screen space which allows for easier text messaging and web browsing. It also has two cameras, one for stills and one for videos. The A 1951 has slightly better zoom, but it isn't as useful as the iPhone when it comes to zooming in on close up photos.
One of the things that make the iPhone SE such a great choice is the new feature that Apple has introduced with their iPhone devices – the FaceID. This facial recognition system is built into the camera so that you don't have to type in your username and password every time you turn the camera on or off. Instead, simply tap the camera icon and you'll be automatically logging on to your own iPhone. If you don't want to use your FaceID, or if you are afraid of having your identity stolen, you can set a password and use a different account name.
If you're interested in purchasing the iPhone SE, now is the time to do so. The a 1951 has a better camera, a clearer screen, and a clearer zoom lens but unfortunately, it lacks the face recognition feature and the microSD slot, but the features make up for it in almost every other way. For the price of a lower end iPhone, you're getting a much better camera, a bigger screen, and a lot more memory space – this makes it an excellent value in the face of the iPhone 4S.