The Droid Ultra looks to have made its first appearance in a leaked photo before it eventually heads to Verizon.
The Droid Maxx appeared over the weekend in a leaked press render, and now it appears that the Droid Ultra is also coming out from under wraps. A user on XDA-Developers named "xavierk75" posted an image of the new handset this weekend with no indication of where it came from or any other information. This was the first post the user had ever made to the forums despite having been a member since Dec. 2011.
Notable in the photo is the inclusion of the capacitive buttons, something that Android phones have been moving away from as of late. With the Droid Ultra being from Motorola, which is now owned by Google, this is a bit surprising. Seeing as the buttons were also seen on the render of the Droid Maxx, it does seem this will be a trend for the company at least in the near future.
With nothing else visible in the image it is difficult to discern how large the screen is, and no other specs are know at this time.
Motorola appears to have a whole lot of announcements coming up in the very near future so stay tuned.
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