The Motorola Droid Turbo is Verizon Wireless' 2014 flagship addition to the popular Droid lineup. Based on the 2014 Moto X, the Turbo features many of the same software enhancements, and things like Moto Voice and Motorola's innovative Active Display are sight here alongside a few Droid-specific features for sending content between devices under the "Zap" brand.

The Turbo looks dramatically different from the Moto X, however, with capacitive keys under the screen and different build materials. The snappy red model that was shown off in leaks has turned out to be a reality, but there's also a more subdued black model. You also have your choice of materials, with both colors coming in a "metallic" back or if you choose to go black you can have "ballistic nylon."

On the spec side, the Droid Turbo checks in with a display size of 5.2-inches with a QHD (2560x1440) resolution. Underneath, there's Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB of RAM, along with 32GB of storage. Specific to the Turbo is a 21MP camera (larger than the Moto X) and Qi wireless charging. The big story on the spec sheet is the battery, where the Droid Turbo packs a 3900mAh cell.

The Droid Turbo hits Verizon on October 30th, with Verizon-standard pricing of $199 for both metallic and ballistic nylon models, or $249 for 64GB of storage in only black ballistic nylon.