Motorola, now owned by Google, is trying hard to be back on its feet. From next week onwards, you will see tons of magical Moto devices rolling one after another. On August 1, Motorola is said to be announcing Moto X in USA, while Verizon is expected to show off Droid Ultra Maxx on July 23.
Again, Moto X is a flagship phone from the house of Motorola and Google has special interest in promoting the device. And on the other hand, Droid Ultra Maxx is coming exclusive on US largest national carrier - Verizon.
The alleged press shot of the above mentioned handset was leaked (via evleaks) few days back. The phone indeed looks like a proper high-end device. The front panel of the handset was visible, while the rear back was missing. Still the design of the forthcoming Motorola Droid Ultra Maxx has some visible elements with original Droid family.
Now once again, the Droid Ultra Maxx has been caught red handed. This time around, the back panel is clearly visible (via srcleaks). The rear back panel will be made of Kevlar. To play around the design, Motorola has added a red colored stripe across the middle of its rear back panel.
The Motorola Droid Ultra Maxx will most likely have a 4.7-inch AMOLED 720p HD display, 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon powered quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of internal memory, a 10-mega pixel camera with advanced imaging optics , and a 3300mAh Li Ion battery. Again, it will be a start phone under Droid family.
If you think, Motorola is only looking forward to smartphones in future then you are wrong. According to The Verge, the acclaimed American giant is looking for a Senior Director of Industrial design. The tech vendor could possibly be working on Moto X smart watch.
" The wearables design team will lead the establishment of our brand in the massive competitive and growing space of wearable connected products. The company's looking for an expert with over 15 years of experience who can "hit the ground running and architect a design plan for leadership in the area of wearable technologies." - Motorola