Wondering what Motorola has in store for its next Verizon smartphone? A leaked user manual for the upcoming Motorola Droid Turbo provides some clues.

The phone features a 5.2 inch display, a 21MP camera, and support for both wireless charging and Motorola’s fast-charging Turbo charger.

motorola droid turbo

While the manual doesn’t offer detailed specs, it does tell us that the phone has a dual LED flash for the rear camera and that it supports NFC and 4G LTE, has a nano SIM card, and has many of the software features available on the Motorola Moto X smartphones.

For the most part the operating system looks like stock Android. You can use the Google Play Store to download apps, books, music, and movies, and there’s support for Google Now.

But you can also use Moto Display to view notifications even when the phone is asleep, Moto Actions to perform actions such as silencing or snoozing alarms by waving your hand over the phone, or Moto Assist to determine the best way to use your phone throughout the day (by silencing the ringer when you’re sleeping, for instance).

via Droid Life

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4 replies on “Motorola Droid Turbo leaked: 21MP camera and a 5.2 inch screen”

  1. Are those off-screen buttons? Haven’t seen off-screen buttons on Moto Android phones for a while now.

    1. if you up the brightness of the picture, which is a render and not a photograph, it at least APEARS to be capacitive buttons BELOW the screen.

  2. This sounds like they’re targeting Nokia’s features. 20mp camera, wireless charging, quickcharge, and glance screen.

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