1. apcman's Avatar
    This is not complaining about them. I really don't care if they are on screen or not. I have a droid Maxx and I was wondering if they work. When I first got the Maxx they had a lot of problems with the multi tasking button. It always required at least 2 presses. Is that the case with he turbo or are they nice and sensitive?

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    10-30-2014 11:47 AM
  2. Firedogee's Avatar
    Very sensitive and responsive. I love these cap buttons!

    Sent Turbo fast from my 64GB Droid Turbo
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    10-30-2014 01:28 PM
  3. MHBlink8's Avatar
    Very sensitive and responsive. I love these cap buttons!

    Sent Turbo fast from my 64GB Droid Turbo
    Do you think you will still love them when Lollipop is released and the icons change? That is the one hesitation I have with the Turbo that is making me lean toward the Moto X. But man, that battery is so enticing.

    Also, I may be the only guy on here that prefers the red to the balistic nylon.
    10-30-2014 03:12 PM
  4. Premium1's Avatar
    Do you think you will still love them when Lollipop is released and the icons change? That is the one hesitation I have with the Turbo that is making me lean toward the Moto X. But man, that battery is so enticing.

    Also, I may be the only guy on here that prefers the red to the balistic nylon.
    can you really miss something you never had? I mean the buttons change but you won't notice since it will have the capacative buttons and those will remain. It's not like those buttons will get any worse for you.
    10-30-2014 03:22 PM
  5. MHBlink8's Avatar
    can you really miss something you never had? I mean the buttons change but you won't notice since it will have the capacative buttons and those will remain. It's not like those buttons will get any worse for you.
    That's a very valid point. I just really happen to like the look of the new buttons on Lollipop. My last two phones Moto X (2013) and the GNex had on screen buttons and I've grown to really like them. I'm sure that these capacitive buttons are way better than what I had on the Droid Incredible!
    10-30-2014 03:27 PM
  6. Premium1's Avatar
    That's a very valid point. I just really happen to like the look of the new buttons on Lollipop. My last two phones Moto X (2013) and the GNex had on screen buttons and I've grown to really like them. I'm sure that these capacitive buttons are way better than what I had on the Droid Incredible!
    1000x better for sure.


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    10-30-2014 03:27 PM
  7. dungoyle's Avatar
    My only complaint is that I'm coming from a Samsung GS3 and the capacitive buttons were Menu, Home, Back (from left to right). Now I have to get used to Back, Home, Task List on the Droid. I'll get used to it though. They are perfectly responsive, and I do not see the impact of the arrival of Lollipop onscreen buttons myself.
    10-30-2014 03:28 PM
  8. Firedogee's Avatar
    That's a very valid point. I just really happen to like the look of the new buttons on Lollipop. My last two phones Moto X (2013) and the GNex had on screen buttons and I've grown to really like them. I'm sure that these capacitive buttons are way better than what I had on the Droid Incredible!
    I would never go back to on screen buttons again, no matter how cool they look. I much prefer cap buttons. This is coming from a phone that had on screen buttons (Droid RAZR M)

    Sent Turbo fast from my 64GB Droid Turbo
    10-30-2014 03:31 PM
  9. MHBlink8's Avatar
    My only complaint is that I'm coming from a Samsung GS3 and the capacitive buttons were Menu, Home, Back (from left to right). Now I have to get used to Back, Home, Task List on the Droid. I'll get used to it though. They are perfectly responsive, and I do not see the impact of the arrival of Lollipop onscreen buttons myself.
    There's no real impact, just that in 5.0 they redesigned the buttons and I happen to think they're pretty great. Better than a gigantic battery and not having to worry about charging my phone? That remains to be seen.

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    10-30-2014 03:34 PM
  10. dungoyle's Avatar
    There's no real impact, just that in 5.0 they redesigned the buttons and I happen to think they're pretty great. Better than a gigantic battery and not having to worry about charging my phone? That remains to be seen.

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    I was only complaining that I will have to get used to the change in button order and function coming from the Samsung GS3. I would have to do so regardless of on screen buttons or capacitive (the Droid order and function match the above screen cap of the on screen buttons exactly). If that makes sense.
    10-30-2014 03:38 PM
  11. Siendorf's Avatar
    Would have been nice if the turbo already had the Lollipop cap buttons.

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    10-30-2014 09:49 PM

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