Motorola presents Android smartphone with 5.2 “screen with qHD resolution




Motorola has its Android smartphone Droid Turbo presented. The device has the display with a pixel of the highest densities up to now, with 565 pixels per inch. The US unit also works on Dutch 2G, 3G and 4G networks.

Droid Turbo The Droid Turbo comes, like all other Droid handsets, from the US carrier Verizon Wireless. The smartphone is a variant of the Moto X , which is released in the Netherlands. The AMOLED screen of the Droid Turbo has a diagonal of 5.2 “and a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, the pixel density which leads to 565. Only one variant of the Galaxy S5 for the South Korean market has a higher pixel density that this same resolution 5.1 “with which it comes out on 577 ppi.

The Droid Turbo is indeed made for Verizon Wireless, but Dutch supports 2G and 3G networks completely. Also 4G support for T-Mobile is complete, but the phone support 4g at 800MHz as Vodafone and KPN use that it faces; so therefore works especially outside major cities 4g not with those providers.

The smartphone runs Android 4.4 and has a Snapdragon Qualcomm soc 805, with four Krait processor cores on 2,7Ghz and an Adreno 420 GPU at 600MHz, assisted by DDR3 memory with a size of 3GB. The phone measures 14,3×7,2cm and maximum 10.6 or 11,2mm thick, depending on the finish of the back. This thickness is required partly in order to give the battery a site; battery which has a capacity of 3900mAh, larger than most smartphones with a similar screen size, which typically have a capacity of around 3000mAh.

Update, 14:21: Some tweakers have rightly pointed out that a South Korean version of the Galaxy S5 exists with a higher pixel density. The article, originally the claim that the Droid Turbo would have contained the highest pixel density is adjusted accordingly.


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