Today we have a couple juicy Motorola leaks concerning the Droid Turbo and the Nexus 6. Remember Omate? They are also in today’s afternoon news roundup!
Motorola Droid Turbo full details leaked
We have been hearing all about the Motorola Droid Turbo recently, but today’s leaked information gives us the best look at the device and what it will have to offer. New images and details have just emerged, but let’s not keep you waiting for the details.
The image below is said to feature the Motorola Droid Turbo, a great successor to the Droid line of devices. This thing is a beast! It looks similar to the Droid MAXX and offers a “metalized glass fiber” back, Gorilla Glass 3. It is also splash resistant and can withstand 20-minute downpours.
Inside you will find powerful 2.7 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB of RAM, a 5.2-inch QHD (2560x1440p) display, 32 GB of internal storage and a 21 MP camera. As for the best feature – this device sports a whopping 3,900 mAh battery!
Opinion: This really just became the go-to Verizon phone for any power user. I am so tempted to get this. It is so perfect on paper. I still wouldn’t mind giving up the QHD display for even more battery life, but such is the direction the industry is moving towards.
Once you check into the tech world, you can’t really ever check out. Such has been the case for @evleaks, who announced his retirement as a leakster some time ago, but has been feeding us treats from time to time.
Today he is bringing us an image of what he claims to be the Nexus 6. Take a look at the image below for a quick look!
Opinion: We don’t know much else about it, based on the image, but its aesthetics go right in line with previous leaks.
We have a great variety of smartwatches these days, but we can’t really say any of them are designed for women. And yes, women could just use a regular smartwatch, but these are often so large that they are uncomfortable in women’s usually small wrists.
A new trend of female-oriented watches is sure to come, and the first in line may be Omate’s Lutetia. Omate became popular thanks to its successful Kickstarter campaign, which funded the TrueSmart. This was a full-fledged device, though, able to make calls and all.
Omate is able to make the device small and classy by making it more of a notification center and simplifying its experience. It’s 12 mm thick, which is still considered large, but nowhere close to the gargantuan smartwatches we see these days.
They are going for a much classier look and competing with real watch makers and designers like Calvin Klein, Guess and Michael Kors. Interestingly enough, it is priced relatively cheap at $169. It can be pre-ordered tomorrow from Omate’s website, with shipments expected by the end of December.