Moto Maxx (Droid Turbo global version) live images hit the web ahead of official launch
Usually, the Verizon’s Droid lineup do not make their way on the other US carriers or international market, but the latest flagship model Droid Turbo appears to follow a different strategy. Motorola came up with an announcement that it will be launching the smartphone in Brazil on November 5th and that the global variant will be dubbed as Moto Maxx.
While it is only a few hours left for the launch of the Moto Maxx, it appears like someone is testing the device. Well, a few photos of the handset have been posted on Google+ (removed) confirming the final moniker of the device via the temporary screen protector. It could presumably be a GSM variant of the Droid Turbo meant for sale out of US.
Going by these images, the Moto Maxx comes with similar specs as the Droid Turbo with a 5.2-inch Quad HD AMOLED display with resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Under its hood, it houses a 2.7GHz quad--core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor paired with Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB of RAM.
There is 64GB of native storage capacity that cannot be expanded, a 21MP primary camera with dual LED Flash and 4K video recording support and a 2MP selfie camera at the front. Fueled by Android 4.4.4 KitKat, the device will draw its energy from a mammoth 3,900 mAh battery that arrives with Turbo Charging capabilities.
Basically, the Moto Maxx could be suitable for those consumers who like to won the power of Nexus 6 in a smaller package and for those who want a new Moto X with a capacious battery and storage.
As of now, we know that the Moto Maxx would be making its way into Brazil out of US, but it remains unknown if the vendor is planning to release it elsewhere.