Remember those mysterious Motorola smartphones that recently passed through the FCC and are likely headed for Verizon? They may not be quite as mysterious any longer, as @evleaks has posted a tweet with the names of several upcoming Motorola smartphones and their corresponding model numbers. According to the leak, the XT1030 is the DROID Mini and the XT1080 is the recently-leaked DROID Ultra. The tweet also claims that a "DROID MAXX" is coming with the model number XT1080M.
A landing page for the DROID Ultra recently appeared on Motorola's website, teasing a thin device that includes a Kevlar body and a variety of color options. Outside of those tidbits of information, though, there's not much known about the DROID Ultra, DROID MAXX or DROID Mini. It's possible that they'll be follow-ups to the DROID RAZR HD, DROID RAZR MAXX HD and DROID RAZR M, all three of which are nearing their first birthday.
Along with the trio of DROID devices, @evleaks says that the Moto X will come to market carrying the model number XT1060. We've already seen that number attached to a Motorola device that hit the FCC with Verizon-friendly radios, so it looks like Verizon customers that've had their interest piqued by the recent Moto X teases and leaks will want to file the model number "XT1060" into their memory bank.