Although the Motorola DROID Turbo is a gigantic device but unveiled as the Verizon-exclusive which felt out of reach, globally. No worry, Motorola is sending out invites for a November 5 event to announce it an international roll out. However, the invites doesn’t mention the device by name but the corner of the back shows Droid Turbo’s charactersistic Ballastic Nylon rear.
Rumors speak for the name change to Moto Maxx, reviving the Maxx brand, which in particular assosiated with some of the most long-lasting batteries in the smartphone history.
The DROID Turbo packs a 3900mAh battery, which fitting the Maxx name – that can soak up 8 hours’ worth of battery life in just 15 minutes thanks to the Turbo Charger. Specs other than that include one of the top-end displays yet, a 5.2-inch Quad-HD AMOLED, a Snapdragon 805 chipset and a 21-megapixel rear camera. Check all the details regarding the Droid Turbo specs here.
Motorola has already blocked (filed) for a “Moto Maxx” trademark in the US and is eventually planning a Brazil announcement. So, the phone should see the sunlight, including alternative US carriers as well.