Motorola Droid Turbo price indicator and packaging


We’ve been covering the much-rumored Motorola Droid Turbo for Verizon for some time now, and an official launch for the phone is just a few days away. Now we have a Motorola Droid Turbo price indicator and also some new images that show the phone in its packaging ready for sale.

The launch of the Droid Turbo is expected on October 28, with a countdown appearing on the Verizon DroidDoes website. We’ve already seen some leaked images of the phone as well as a leaked manual revealing some specs and features. Now some new images have appeared from MotoFirmware that look to be the Droid Turbo in its retail box.

The packaging also shows that the Motorola Turbo Charger is included in the package, and sources have also come up with unofficial pricing of the phone. It’s said that the Motorola Droid Turbo will be $599 off-contract or $199 on a two-year contract. If the leaked specs turn out to be confirmed this is looking to be a beast of a phone, so it should find plenty of willing buyers.

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Some of the unconfirmed specs are a 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 quad-core CPU, a 5.3-inch Quad HD display with resolution of 2560 x 1440, 3GB of RAM, 21-megapixel rear camera with 2160p video capture and dual LED flash, and juice-packing 3900 mAh battery. We’ll remind you that none of the above is confirmed but it’s only days until we should be able to give you official Droid Turbo specs and hopefully a release date.

If everything we’ve seen and heard so far about this upcoming Motorola phone turns out to be accurate, will you be purchasing the Droid Turbo on release? Let us know with your comments.

Source: @MotoFirmware (Twitter)
Via: Droid-Life


9 thoughts on “Motorola Droid Turbo price indicator and packaging”

  1. meeester says:

    Nice. Hope they let you reduce photo size from the 21MP. My Droid Maxx built-in camera app is skimpy on settings and it would be nice to be able to downsize the files without post processing.

    1. George Chenarides says:

      I have the new Droid Turbo and used AVG Shrinker to reduce a pic from 4.18 mb to 118 KB in about 4 seconds.Also kept the original. The resized are automatically placed in a folder created by the AVG app.

      1. meeester says:

        Congrats on getting a Turbo. That sounds like a nice one.
        Thanks for your suggestion. I’ll check it out. AVG Shrinker Sounds similar to ResizeIt. Even the stock camera app has a moderately quick resizng feature – after the shot and after you go to the folder with the image (not just the camera review image). That way the edited image stays in the same folder; often right next to the original which could then be deleted if desired.
        In Resize It (and perhaps AVG does this also) you also have to go to the folder with the image and then you can click on the image, Share it with ResizeIt and proceed. You can create ResizeIt widgets that will let you choose preset changes in file size and quality and then define the widget’s storing location or have it load them into an email. Being able to select a batch of images to resize at one time is handy. But, it’s all tedious compared to resizing the originals without having to go select the originals to delete. With the batch resizing I can do a bunch then go back to the still highlit original images and delete them, then go back to the resized images and Move them to the folder I want them in.
        The camera app should have the size option; pretty ridiculous not to have it. The AVG and ReSizeIt developers will probably give us UI options sooner.

  2. Jake says:

    I will definitely buy one on release day if everything turns out to be as listed in rumors. I have a Droid RAZR HD. I love it but it is definitely showing its 2 year age.

  3. George Chenarides says:

    I will sorely miss my SD card additional memory. I have the Droid Razr Maxx HD and I use the card frequently to store critical items.

  4. Eddy says:

    The Motorola DROID TURBO Android Smartphone is a great phone. It has almost everything that I could want in a smartphone including a fast processor, great display, great camera, active display, long battery life and Qi wireless charging.

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