Leaked image of Motorola Droid Ultra XT1080  (Source: xda-developers)
Leaked image offers no indication of hardware inside

Leaked images of smartphones and other hardware that surface online ahead of the official announcement and unveil are nothing new. Sometimes those leaked photos come with some details on hardware specifications and launch dates. Other times we get nothing but a single photograph to tease us with no indication of how well the device will perform.

Such is the case with a single photograph of what is claimed to be a Motorola Droid Ultra XT1080 smartphone that has turned up on the xda-developers forum. A poster has used his very first post to offer up an image of what he claims to be the new Motorola smartphone. Looking at the image, you can't tell anything about the device will be like hardware wise.

We have nothing to show scale, so it's hard to even guess what size screen device will have. The claimed product name would seem to indicate that the screen will be full HD resolution so an easy guess would be that the device will fall into the phablet realm when it comes to screen size.
I am rather curious what is hiding under the white blob in the lower right corner of the smartphone. It's hard to tell if the person who uploaded the photo used Photoshop to cover something up or if that's a sticker applied directly to the phone itself. There is no indication of hardware specifications available at this time.

Source: xda-developers

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