Verizon’s upcoming two Droids don’t aim to make headlines just with shatterproof screens and stellar battery life. Their designs should also take center stage in the carrier’s joint Motorola marketing efforts, especially as far as the Droid Turbo 2 and its Moto Maker support are concerned.
Not exactly a conventionally stylish device, and certainly no featherweight, the Turbo 2 will apparently offer three chromatic options as standard, which you can then customize, replace or mix in hundreds of original ways.
The above press render gathering shows the 5.5-inch Android in black, white and black again, paired with two texturized backplates in ebony and ivory, and a non-patterned grey rear cover. To their right, you can catch a glimpse of a duo of Droid Maxx 2 models, coated in white and black at the front, and white and blue at the back.
Prefer a classic and classy all-black phone? Not to worry, as the Maxx 2 should sport a few fairly affordable removable shells. There’s no full admittance to the Moto Maker program in the pipeline, but some choice will be provided.
Paint jobs notwithstanding, the other 5.5-incher stands out from its Turbo-branded cousin with a clean face, squeezing both the Verizon and Droid logos on the lower half of a uniquely patterned behind. As revealed a while ago, an otherwise subtle “V” symbol shall split the Turbo 2’s bottom front speaker in half for some reason, leaving the Droid signature to monopolize its posterior.
In case all the carrier branding doesn’t completely put you off, tomorrow, October 27 is the Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2 D-day.