We’ve been hearing a lot about the Droid Turbo coming from Motorola and heading to Verizon Wireless, although there hasn’t been an official announcement about the phone from either company just yet. Before the official announcement could hit though it seems that the entire manual/user guide for the phone just leaked over at motofirmware, and is in giant PDF format with all kinds of goodies and plenty of information about the device. First things first, the Motorola Droid Turbo will seemingly be sporting a 5.2-inch Ultra HD(QHD)display.
While the screen already makes the device sound interesting, it also reportedly comes with a 21MP rear facing camera with dual LED flash, and will be compatible with Verizon’s 4G LTE network for fast data speeds and downloads. The phone has a slew of Motorola software enhancements on it, like the Droid Zap application, and all the Motorola software apps like Moto Assist, Moto Actions, Moto Voice, Moto Display and Moto Migrate, just like we see on the newly released Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen. It also supports NFC with the placement of the NFC antenna on the back of the device which makes it possible for use with mobile payments, and it takes a nano SIM card. So far there is no confirmation on the legitimacy of this leaked manual but everything looks like it’s in order here, so this is likely what we can expect to see if we were to purchase one from Verizon after the phone launches and looks inside the actual user guide.
Motorola has long been a favorite OEM among the Verizon Wireless ranks, and with what they have ready to go for devices so far this year Motorola’s 2014 device lineup is looking pretty good. It’s also rumored to have the Kevlar backing that we have seen on past Motorola devices, as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU and 3GB of RAM. Those last few specs are still just rumors though and we don’t know anything about them for sure just yet. We don’t have any details on price or availability just yet unfortunately since this is a leak and not an official outing of the device, but when we have that information we’ll be sure to update you.