And here we go again - just a few hours ago, infamous @evleaks has tweeted what are purportedly test photos snapped with the DROID Ultra's alleged 10-megapixel 'RBGC' sensor. In case you're wondering, that extra 'C' subpixel is supposed to help with white balance and exposure. Whether this is the same 'ClearPixel' shooter that is expected to come with the Moto X is anyone's guess, though.
As you can guess, we're not at all impressed by what we're seeing. Hold your horses, though – we're pretty sure that Motorola has more work to do, and as mentioned – if real, these are strictly test photos and not indicative of the quality of the camera that's going to end up in the DROID Ultra.
We also remind you that unbeknown to us remain the release date for the DROID Ultra, and its price tag. We do, however, have an idea of how the internals will sound like – a 5-inch, 1080p display will come powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM.