The Droid Charge, first and foremost, is an LTE smartphone, meaning it has the ability to access the 4G network from Verizon. While some may not consider this a feature, it actually is quite a jump in network speed. The Droid Charge can also share this network with to up to 10 devices by becoming a mobile hotspot, which is another great little feature, though it does come at a cost. Utilizing this new 4G network, the Droid Charge can also be used for video chatting with its 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, which is yet another good addition.
Rounding out the back is the 8 megapixel camera, which competes against the T-Mobile G2x, not only in megapixels but also in the fact that it can record in 1080p. Not only can the Samsung Droid Charge record in 1080p, but it has an HDMI out, allowing the video to be played out to an HDTV in full 1080p. The video when output onto an HDTV was smooth with no lag and surprisingly very vibrant.
The final feature is the fact that the phone runs on Android 2.2, meaning it has access to Adobe Flash as well as application stores, including the Android Market. This means the Droid Charge, like all other Android powered smartphones, has access to well over 200,000 apps -- a mixture of free and paid applications. Overall the feature set on the device is quite impressive, though it would have been preferred if Verizon had added in one or two extras to make the Droid Charge stand out a bit more.