Thanks to new information and leaks about the Droid Turbo, looks like Motorola is ready to present us with another device after the Nexus 6. Launching the Droid Turbo does fall in line with earlier reports of the company having a wide portfolio of devices for us this year.
Just yesterday we saw a couple of pictures of the Droid Turbo leak in its retail box which suggest that device is well past manufacturing stages, and retailers could very well be preparing for a launch. Well, there is more news today courtesy of the same source which posted the images and its about the launch date of the Motorola Droid Turbo.
According to Motorola Firmware, the same source which posted images of the Droid Turbo earlier, Motorola is all set to publicly launch the Droid Turbo this Tuesday. Things are final in the Droid Turbo department, with retailers already having stocked the device in their stores. For all Verizon customers, this means that your carrier already has the device in its storage.
After being publicly launched, the Droid Turbo will be publicly available for purchase on October 30th, which is this Thursday. The device is expected to come with a 5.2 inch screen and a resolution of 2560 x 1440. Powering the Droid Turbo will be Snapdragon's 805 processor, capable of achieving frequencies of up to 2.7 Ghz.
The 805 will be complemented by 3 GB of RAM and the Adreno 420 GPU, which comes with significant performance enhancements over its predecessors. Rear camera for the device will be an impressive 20.7 Megapixels and the entire gadget will be powered by a huge 3900 mAh battery, giving the Droid Turbo an expected battery life of 2 days. Courtesy of improved charging, the device will also be able to squeeze out 9 hours of battery life after 15 minutes of charging.