Verizon is known for its popular Droid lineup, which is provided primarily by Motorola. Smartphones included in this lineup is known for their masculine and darker design language. The Droid Turbo is the newest addition in the series and it is no different. The phone comes with a chassis made from ballistic nylon and with a texture similar to woven backpack. Obviously, it isn’t the most luxurious or refined look. There is a large 3900mAh battery inside the phone and it looks rather chunkier compared to other high-end models, at about 11mm at the thickest point.
However, Motorola manages to keep the bezels around its 5.2-inch display at a minimum, so the phone is roughly similar with the HTC One M8 with its 5-imch display. With its 2560 x 1440 AMOLED resolution, the Droid Turbo offers 565ppi of pixel density, offering us a QuadHD display with the densest pixels.
Perceptible improvements over a Full HD display seems to be rather small, but images are text look as sharp as they can be. Inside, there are 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM. There are 32GB and 64GB internal storage options, but no microSD card slot.