Smartphone manufacturer Motorola has finally launched its flagship model, “Motorola Droid Turbo” which the recently Lenovo bought vendor claims to have the longest battery life worth of two days.
The latest handset range was announced jointly by Motorola and Verizon earlier this week. For now the 32 GB handset is only available for Verizon customers starting at a price tag of only USD 199.
The set has been hailed by Motorola as its headliner handset which is on the same mould as flagship is.
The most noteworthy thing about the Droid Turbo is its battery life which the company has been bragging about for quite some time now and it does come with a 3,900 mAh battery which could last for up to two days, so Motorola might have done something substantiating here. The handset is also equipped with a superior 21 MP rear camera. The system on chip (SOC) housed is the new 64 bit Snapdragon 805. This device also boasts a Quad HD AMOLED display at 1440p. According to the company, the metal glass fiber body of the new Motorola Droid Turbo handset makes it stronger to survive any drop than any other available handsets in the similar price range.