Three months ago, the Motorola Droid Ultra launched as one of a trio of Droid devices on Verizon Wireless. It packs a 1.7 GHz dual-core CPU with Motorola's X8 architecture, 5-inch 720p HD display, 10-megapixel camera, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, 2,130 mAh battery, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with Motorola's UI. It brings a near-stock Android experience, with some nice software bonuses like Motorola Assist and the "OK Google Now" feature found on the Moto X. Three months later, it goes up against high-end heavyweights like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, HTC One, One max, Galaxy S 4, and LG G2. Can it - and the Droid brand itself - stand out?