Looks like a Verizon only at this point. Should be a nice phone. Especially at 5.2 inches and sounds like a good camera. No SD card and only available with 32gb. The name is kind and of stupid. With that resolution on a 5.2 inch screen imagine the ppi.
The main talking point of the Droid Turbo is its 2k (2,560 x 1,440) 5.2-inch pixel display. 2k resolutions already exist on the LG G3 (5.5-inch) and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (5.7-inch), but this is the first time weve seen it used on anything that could just about be used with one hand.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonk...axy-s5-iphone-6-alternative/?partner=yahootixInternally, benchmarks tag it as having the latest Snapdragon 805 chipset and Krait 450 GPU outpacing the 801 chips used in all its major rivals (HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z3, LG G3, etc) and combines that with 3GB of RAM. These are Note 4-equivalent phablet specs in a smartphone.
Another eye watering element is the 21 megapixel camera. Until now Motorola has shown no desire to compete in a megapixel race but with its cameras so far proving good if not class leading, it seems the company is logoking to turn heads this time around.
Of course more megapixels dont automatically mean better pictures as the iPhone 6s impressive 8 megapixel camera shows but in combination with its 4k Ultra HD video recording those 21 megapixels will still generate interest....
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