Motorola Moto Turbo: Specs and Features

Motorola has announced its yet another new device the new Moto Turbo which have some huge features. So far this is the phone with top end specs from the Motorola. Recently they also announced Moto Maxx which had some pretty decent features but the Moto Turbo is the big daddy. With 0.1 inches larger screen than Samsung Galaxy S6  and huge battery capacity than S6 or HTC One M9, Moto Turbo is going to give in some heavy competition to major flagships. What do we have under the hood? Lets dig in.

Motorola Moto Turbo comes with some extraordinary features and some features are beefy compared to latest flagships that are released in the Mobile world congress, Barcelona. Moto Turbo has some new design build when compared to other mobiles like Moto G and X. The back cover is rugged and matte finished plastic casing that helps user to have a firm grip. The curved back also aids in firm grip and makes comfortable to hold in a hand.

The 5.2 inches screen will grab your attention and it has one of the amazing display's available. With 1440 X 2560 resolution capacity at 565 pixels per inch, the display is absolutely stunning. It is QHD OLED screen and scratch resistant (Gorilla Glass 3). The color reproduction is absolutely brilliant and vibrant. The viewing angles are also great.

The back side of the phone lodges the 21 Mega pixel camera with two LED flash lights on either side. The camera can shoot in 4K and has many features like auto focus, optical image stabilization, geo tagging and many more. The secondary camera is a 2 MP shooter which can shoot in full HD.

The mobile has some beefy hardware features but most of the companies that announced their flagships at mobile congress opted for an octa - core processor preferably Snapdragon, but Motorola chose a Quad-core processor but with certain improvements. The Moto Turbo comes with a 2.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 Soc. This is the most faster of all quad-core processors available in market. The Processor is accompanied by 3 gigs of RAM which is certainly a decent add on when compared to few mobiles having 2 gigs instead.

The Moto Turbo comes with a 64 GB of internal storage and there is no external memory card option. The battery is also huge. With 3900 mAh battery capacity the mobile has enough juice to last for one day with moderate to heavy usage.

The mobile is 8.3 mm thick and bit heavy (176 grams).  Running on Android Lollipop 5.0.2 Moto Turbo has many promising features that can give heavy competition for many flagships released this year.