We’re now less than a week out from the event at which Verizon and Motorola are expected to unveil some new DROID hardware. Before that happens, though, the rumor mill is continuing to churn out leaked details about the devices.
First up, prominent leaker Evan Blass has shared some images that are said to show both the DROID Turbo 2 and DROID Maxx 2. The first three phones are the Turbo 2, complete with Verizon logo on the face, while the last two are the DROID Maxx 2. These images line up with previous leaks of both phones.
DROIDs (Turbo - Turbo - Turbo - Maxx - Maxx) pic.twitter.com/Y3DBPC1rTy
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) October 23, 2015
Meanwhile, Droid-Life allegedly has some more details on special features that the phones will have. The DROID Turbo 2 is said to be coming with Moto Maker support, including options for soft touch plastic, leather, and ballistic nylon rear covers. And for a fee, which you’ll pay when you buy the phone, Motorola will reportedly give you one Design Refresh to make a new design if you get tired of your first creation. It’s not known how much this Design Refresh will cost.
Motorola and Verizon are also expected to boast about the DROID Turbo 2’s “shatterproof” screen. The two companies will reportedly offer a guarantee that the Turbo 2’s display won’t crack or shatter for 4 years. The DROID Maxx 2 is expected to have a strong screen, too, but not the same as the one found on the Turbo 2. Motorola will allegedly offer a screen replacement program that’ll give you one free replacement within 2 years of purchase.
Finally, the DROID Turbo 2 is said to include some super-fast charging that’ll give you 13 hours of battery life off of a 15-minute charge.
The last bit of new DROID news to report is that Verizon has once again teased the Turbo 2 on Twitter. There’s nothing really new to show, with VZW just teasing the same back that we saw a few days ago. You can check the teaser out for yourself below.
Soon you'll worry more about snowfalls than phone falls. https://t.co/hXPZYm91p2
— Verizon (@verizon) October 23, 2015