American smartphone manufacturer Motorola, which is said to be working on the hardware components for Google's next Nexus smartphone iteration, is also reported to be working on another high-end smartphone - the 'Motorola Droid Turbo.'
Now, the Motorola Droid is in the news again, and this time a more intuitive functionality of Moto's next-gen Droid Turbo has surfaced.
According to a tweet by Moto Firmware which references a user guide supposedly associated with Motorola's high-end Droid Turbo and supplied by Verizon, the next-gen smartphone will come with a 'Turbo Charger' which lets users charge the phone to full capacity in just three hours.
Once official, the feature should serve as a boon to business users constantly on the move. Normally, users preferring to use their smartphones for office work need to ensure that the battery life of their devices is at an optimum level at all times. Also, it becomes imperative for business users to plug in their devices for charging more frequently. In such a scenario, the expected Turbo charger within the next-gen Motorola Droid should come in really handy.
A lightning quick charge of a smartphone's battery is what most users look for when they purchase a new device.
Motorola Droid Turbo's supposed user manual also mentions the next-gen smartphone supporting Wireless Charging which should serve as another impressive functionality.
Expected key technical specifications of Motorola's next-gen Droid Turbo
One of the key technical specifications outed by the manual is the 21 megapixel rear camera. This should invoke cheers from amateur photographers and enthusiasts alike.
Other key tech specs expected to feature in the next-gen Droid Turbo are:
- Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating platform;
- Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.6GHz;
- 3GB RAM
- 21GB internal storage
- Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, NFC and microUSB connectivity
As of now, there is no information regarding the Droid Turbo's official launch date. But considering the fact that Motorola is expected to launch the Nexus 6 in collaboration with Google during the first week of November, we expect the next-gen Droid Turbo to be officially launched only after the launch of the next-gen Nexus smartphone.