Motorola’s Droid Ultra has been spotted on XDA and no Google influences have been seen. A photo of the device’s white version has been posted by a user, so we can’t tell for sure if it’s a legit information or just a scam. The confusing part of it all is the return to capacitive touch hardware buttons, considering that Motorola has recently dropped this idea in the favor of on-screen buttons. The company also changed it’s smartphones design in order for them to support the latest Android Jelly Bean version. It could be possible for Droid Verizon phones to maintain the old design, while the new Moto X comes with on-screen buttons.
The Droid Ultra has a design which reminds us of previous RAZR HD models, and the bezel is thin, however not so much as the RAZR M, according to our source. The handset’s display appears to be a 5 inch full HD 1080p one. Specs wise, the device is expected with a Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM and a 10MP camera with improved white balance and exposure and increased capture time sensor. The white version is said to be destined to Verizon especially.
Not much information on the smartphone, as you can see. However, we do believe that it’s going to support LTE and 3G connectivity. The Droid Ultra will be available in black, red and white color schemes, but we don’t know when it’s going to be released, nor the price tag. Motorola has an upcoming event on July 11, so they might reveal several new items during that event. Until then, we’d like to ask you about your opinion on the specs and which smartphone do you think the Droid Ultra will be competing against.