Motorola Set to Launch the Droid Turbo with Verizon
The Motorola Droid to make a return with Verizon! The Motorola made Droid series of devices were at one point all the rage. A Droid was at one point the alternative to an iPhone no matter which Android based device you used. The name rang bells across the land…and then it didn’t. As Motorola ultimately became an entity for sale the likes of the Droid became less and less in the eye of the public and was ultimately pushed out of the lime light by the Moto X, E and G series devices. The last of the Droid’s however are still to get their revenge and today it looks as if a new Droid is making its way into the headlines. Let’s see what the Droid Turbo has in store for us!
A new phone out of the Motorola camp is making the rounds today and it’s not a Moto! The device is known simply as the Droid Turbo and if you guessed it would be a Verizon exclusive, you’ve hit the nail right on the head. Leaky screen shots of the device in action show off all of which makes this new Droid Turbo tick and it is quite impressive. The handset is said to start with a 4.59 inch touch screen that will offer up a 1440×2560 resolution at 640 pixels per inch. It should be pointed out that this screen spec’s are rather impressive and has recently been found on an un-launched Alcatel OneTouch device. Underneath the hood the device comes packing a Qualcomm made Snapdragon 805 system chip that works with a quad core 2.65 GHz processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. Around back the handset is said to pack a 20 mega pixel camera while a front facing shooter clocks in at 2 mega pixels. Lastly the Droid Turbo is expected to be running with the likes of Android version 4.4.4.
Anyone interested in another Droid? The Droid Turbo was also spotted getting Bluetooth certified so it may be sooner than later. Sound off in the comments section below and let us know what you think and remember all the best in Motorola accessories are here.wirelessground, Wirelessground.com, motorola droid, Snapdragon 805, Verizon