Oct 22 AT 8:47 PM Alex Wagner 7 Comments

Motorola DROID Turbo leaks once again, this time showing itself off in photos


The Motorola DROID Turbo seems to have leaked every which way at this point, but we actually haven’t seen good photos of it hanging out in the wild. That changes tonight.

Several photos that show the DROID Turbo out and about have surfaced. They don’t really provide anything in the way of new information about the phone, but they do give us a good look at it in the flesh plastic.

As a quick refresher, the DROID Turbo’s rumored spec list includes the following:

  • 5.2-inch 2560×1440 display
  • 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor
  • 21-megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 3900mAh battery
  • Motorola Turbo Charger support
  • Android 4.4 KitKat

So long as these leaked specs hold up, the DROID Turbo could be a beast of a phone. And now that we know for sure that the Nexus 6 has a big ol’ 6-inch display, the Turbo could also be a good option for folks that want a phone with N6-like specs and a smaller screen.

Via: PhoneDog

Source: AndroidSpin

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  • Lawrence Hall

    This is the phone i want. Verizon is the last service i want.

  • surethom

    If Motorola was interested in making money or even had a brain, they would release this outside america aswell. Come to the UK.

  • SGB101

    That looks like a hell of a phone. Not sure on the fake carbon fiber back tho. Seems a bit chavish, but is let it pass for them specs and that battery.

    • Lawrence Hall

      Its a carbon look, but the body parts are made of kevlar from other reports. Has a similar look.

  • Bobby

    I hope the Google X Play version of this (non-Verizon version) is reasonably priced.
    I also hope we get some better quality photos soon. Loving the specs; not loving the look. Seems a little dated.

  • Cash

    The chrome accent around the phone is reminiscent of a Blackberry. Not appealing visually.

  • steve

    Beast of a phone, too bad about Motorola and their lock bootloaders. Learned my lesson with lg, will never buy a phone again with an unlockable bootloader