Motorola seems to have inadvertently tipped the world off to another phone it’s planning to bring out sometime soon. This one is being called the Motorola DROID Ultra, and aside from a name, the fact that it will be thin, available in a bunch of glossy colors, and will sport Kevlar (all things Motorola are known for), the landing page doesn’t really tell us much else.
With the DROID moniker attached to it we imagine it’s headed straight to Verizon, though that doesn’t rule out a DROID-less variant for other countries. The ULTRA name would imply that this is a high-end handset of some sort, though we can’t be too sure.
The “bunch of glossy colors” bit makes it sound as if this was the Motorola Moto X we’ve been hearing about, a phone that is said to be coming in over 20 different color variations. Could Verizon have gotten a version of the Moto X tailor-made specifically for them? It’s possible, and it would be a bit surprising if that turned out to be the case.
In any instance, we hope to hear more about this mystery device at some point this summer, and we hope it’s every bit as “ultra” as its name implies. PS: the page is now forwarding to Motorola’s consumer homepage.
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