You are familiar with the existing range of smartphones from Motorola namely Moto E, Moto G and Moto X. But that is not all that Motorola has made till date. Case in point for the Moto Turbo (retails as Moto Maxx in some markets), which is the global version of Droid Turbo, which in turn is a specific model for the US market. Not only has Motorola chucked its single letter naming with Moto Turbo but has done much more. Read on to find out just what has changed with Moto Turbo.
A 2.7GHz quad-core processor with 3GB RAM can be found on the Motorola Moto Turbo. The Moto Turbo runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat. A 5.2-inch screen can be spotted on the Motorola Moto Turbo which puts out display resolution of 2560x1440 pixels. There is a 3900mAH capacity battery on the Moto Turbo but its performance ratings are not available. There is 64GB onboard storage available on the Motorola Moto Turbo but there is no room for expanding the storage space. A 21-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera can be found on the Moto Turbo.
The Moto Turbo is an incredibly powerful smartphone which can upstage almost any and every device out there. One thing that has been left unclear in this regard is has Motorola silently handed over the flagship smartphone baton to Moto Turbo from Moto X. Regardless, Moto Turbo is an incredible device and it sports Kevlar as one of the materials used to make this smartphone. On top of that, it bears closer resemblance to Nexus 6 than Moto X when it comes down to performance. It is worth a serious consideration if you are searching for a smartphone that performs.