Rumors by Andrew Kameka on Monday July 08, 2013.
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The Motorola DROID Ultra is not a Moto X variant for Verizon as previously speculated. The Motorola DROID Ultra is a carbon-fiber follow-up to the DROID RAZR series heading to Verizon later this year according to recently leaked press photos. Well-connected leaker evleaks has posted images of what he claims is the DROID Ultra, a new version of the DROID RAZR HD released on Verizon Wireless last year.
According to rumors, the DROID Ultra will follow Verizon's 2012 Motorola DROIDs and feature Kevlar carbon-fiber protection. The device will be available in black, white, and red color options. More importantly, the phone will feature a 10-megapixel RGBC camera sensor design to improve exposure and white balance. Motorola has released several good phones with terrible cameras in recent years, but the DROID Ultra just might fix the problem. The RGBC sensor will reportedly be faster and take much better photos that might help rebuild Motorola's reputation when it comes to smartphone cameras.
Details about the DROID Ultra are otherwise limited. Based on previous iterations and what others in the field are doing, the DROID Ultra is likely to have a 5-inch or smaller HD display, 2GB of RAM, and a quad-core processor. Like its predecessor, the DROID Ultra will be part of a set. The long-lasting DROID MAXX will have amazing battery life and the DROID Mini will be a relatively smaller device like the DROID RAZR M, according to evleaks.source: The Unlockr (evleaks)