Verizon subscribers have another treat waiting for them in the month of November as Motorola is about to release its flagship device; the Droid Turbo. The behemoth device is rumored to be packing a massive battery pack of 3,900 mAh. The Droid Turbo is going to replace the company’s current flagship device; the DROID MAXX and is loaded with high end components that will make short work of the remaining competition when it comes to benchmarking and real world testing.
The device will possess a 5.2 inch screen that will be radiating a 2560 by 1440 pixel resolution. While high resolutions require more battery life and processing power to provide a fluid experience to the user, the performance and battery life of the Droid Turbo will not be hampered thanks to its 3,900 mAh and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 chipset. While the chipset’s quad core Krait 450 processor may not support the 64 bit architecture, its base clock speed of 2.7 GHz per core (4 cores in total) is sufficient to provide earth shattering performance to the user.
Supplementing the processor will be the Adreno 420 and 3 GB RAM, which will provide unparalleled multi-tasking options without breaking a sweat and thanks to Android’s L 5.0 operating system, users will be able to enjoy a boat load of ‘in operating system’ features. That’s not all. A rear 21 MP camera (followed by a 2.1 MP front camera) will sate the appetite for mobile photography connoisseurs while the 802.11 ac wireless adapter and LTE Cat4 modem will provide unhindered wireless connectivity performance. The device will not provide any expandable storage options but will feature 32 GB of internal memory.