With all the leaks we’d seen over the months leading up to today’s Droid Turbo launch event, much of the phone’s high-end hardware had already been spoiled for us, but when those specs include features like a big 21MP camera and beefy 3900mAh battery, we suppose we don’t mind a few early peeks.

Today, with Verizon and Motorola formally announcing the phone, the rest of the handset’s hardware has finally been confirmed, and they’re of similar top-tier quality, from the very capable 3GB of RAM to the sizable 64GB storage option. Let’s take a moment to go over the full set of Droid Turbo specs to help give you a complete picture for what this latest Droid family member has to offer:


Droid Turbo specs

Component Description
Screen size 5.2 inches
Screen type OLED
Resolution 2560 x 1440
Pixel density 565 ppi
SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 805
Type Quad-core
Speed 2.7 GHz
GPU Adreno 420
Storage 32GB or 64GB
Expansion None
Camera 21MP 4:3 (15.5MP 16:9) f/2.0 aperture
Flash Dual LED
Front-facer 2MP
Battery 3900mAh
OS Android 4.4.4 (Lollipop update promised)
Bands CDMA/EVDO Rev A (850 1900 MHz) LTE Cat 4 (Bands 2 3 4 7 13) 2G (850 900 1800 1900 MHz) HSPA+ (850 900 1900 2100 MHz)
SIM type Nano SIM
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0 LE
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (dual-band capable)
NFC Present
Infrared Present
Sensors Accelerometer / ambient light / eCompass / gyroscope / Hall effect / proximity
Build Not given
Size 143.5 x 73.3 x 8.3-11.2mm (ballistic nylon) / 7.8-10.6mm (metalized glass fiber) 176g (BN) / 169g (MGF)
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