Like the idea of touchless voice controls and a camera you can open with a flick of your wrist but find the new Moto X too cute and cuddly? The Droid Ultra for Verizon Wireless ($199) takes that smartphone's brains and puts them inside a thinner, stronger and more masculine frame. No, you can't choose from an array of colors, but you do get a larger 5-inch screen and a nifty feature for sharing media with other nearby Droid owners. Add in a booming speaker and you have a worthy competitor for the Galaxy S4 and HTC One. But is it better?