Earlier this week, Twitter user @evleaks provided the public with press shots of two of Motorola’s upcoming handsets, the Droid Ultra and the Droid Maxx. The only smartphone from Motorola’s impending wave of Droid devices that didn’t get the photo treatment was the Droid Mini. But now @evleaks has released another photo, this time featuring the smaller device and giving us an idea of how it will stack up against its bigger siblings.
The Droid Mini can be seen lined up in the press shot next to the Droid Ultra and Droid Maxx, which are nearly identical given that the only difference in their physical appearance should be the slightly greater thickness of the Droid Maxx (since it’s expected to have a higher capacity battery). The details about the Droid Mini’s specs still remain a mystery, however, while the Droid Ultra is expected to have a 5-inch, full HD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 10-megapixel camera.
Though specs, pricing, and just about any other information about the trio of Droid models is currently unknown, a leaked image of a commercial story board was posted to Android Central that suggests they will be launched on August 8.