Verizon launches the new Droid Turbo
As an exclusive to Verizon Wireless, the company has unveiled the all-new Droid Turbo. The device comes with 5.2” Quad HD (2560×1440) screen outfitted with a stunning 565 ppi. Powering the device is a 2.7GHz Quad Core Processor (Qualcomm APQ 8084) running on Android Kit Kat.
There will be two options made available, a 32GB internal with 3GB RAM option, and a 64GB option available in Ballistic Nylon. This device will not support SD cards however. On the camera side you will find a 21MP with Dual LED Flash, and on the front user will have a 2MP camera for their video-chats and sefies.
The device is made from ballistic grade nylon and Kevlar, a unibody enclosure with a scratch resistant display that is weather-proof. Verizon states that the device will have 48 hours of battery life; with embedded wireless charging. The Droid Turbo also utilizes AES 256-bit full device encryption of data in transit and at rest. Along with FIPS 140-2 Level 1 encryption of PIM applications, so your data is secure.
Users can also utilize ActiveSync, so companies will have the option to enforce simple security policies, secure corporate data, and provide full wireless email and PIM sync.
With a 2 year contract the 32GB will start at $199.99, the 64GB at $249.99. If you would like to buy it at retail, the options are 32GB at $599.99 and the 64GB at $649.99.