Here is a press shot of the drool-producing Motorola DROID Turbo (UPDATE: More pictures added)

Here is a press shot of the drool-producing Motorola DROID Turbo (UPDATE: More pictures added)
Motorola is certainly aiming to please. Not only is it the manufacturer behind the well-spec'd Nexus 6, it also has another top-shelf model on the way. We've seen images leaked of the Motorola DROID Turbo, including a quick peek from the DroidLanding website, which quickly was taken down. While the DROID Turbo isn't yet official, if you subscribe to the "where there is smoke there is fire" way of thinking, this handset is a done deal.

On Sunday, a press photo of the Motorola DROID Turbo was leaked, showing off the black and red versions of the device. While earlier pictures revealed a Kevlar back for the phone, the new press shots show a textured finish. The images were tweeted by Evan Blass, who still uses the @evleaks username for his Twitter account and has apparently come out of retirement.

The latest speculation has the phone sporting a 5.2 inch glass with resolution of 1440 x 2560. A quad-core 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 CPU powers the device, which includes 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. A 21MP snapper, which includes 4K video capture, is featured on back. The battery, at 3900mAh, is a main feature of the DROID Turbo. Motorola says it will provide enough juice for two days of operation without requiring a recharge. And using the Turbo charger will allow you to get 8 hours of use from the phone, after only 15 minutes of charging.

While Motorola has recently become an afterthought in the Android handset market after manufacturers like Samsung, LG and HTC rolled out some powerful flagship devices earlier this year, it looks like the brand is back with a vengeance.

source: @evleaks via AndroidCentral

UPDATE: Check out a trio of new Motorola DROID Turbo photos below. The latest word is that the phone will be unveiled on October 28th.

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