Motorola has announced plenty of new products so far this year, including the Moto X flagship handset and the Moto 360 smartwatch, but the company is not done. Motorola is expected to unveil the Nexus 6 together with Google at some point in the coming weeks, and new Droid-branded devices for Verizon. One such handset is the Droid Turbo, which appeared in previous leaks before, and whose user manual has already been found in the wild by MotoFirmware.
As Droid-Life points out, the Droid Turbo user’s guide reveals many details about the handset, including various images showing the handset. The Droid Turbo will be a beast when it comes to specs, sporting a 5.2-inch “ultra-high definition display,” 21-megapixel rear camera, “high-capacity long lasting battery” with Qi wireless charging and Turbo Charger support, and Android 4.4 KitKat complete with software tricks found on the 2014 Moto X model, including Moto’s Voice, Display, Actions, Assist and Connect.
It’s not clear when the phone will be launched, but users can check out the full Droid Turbo manual at the source link — images showing the front and back of the handset, as revealed in the user’s guide, follow below.