Alleged Motorola DROID Turbo (XT1254) specifications show eye-opening 640 ppi display


The latest trend for mobile devices at the end of 2014 seems to be incredible displays. After all, it is the one part of a device that is always being used. Now it seems that Motorola and Verizon will have an upcoming device that will please even the most demanding viewer. A CPU-Z identification test reveals that a Motorola device with the model number XT1254, and codenamed Quark, will have a 4.59-inch display with 2560×1440 resolution. This means that it has a whopping 640 pixels per inch.

The internal specifications are no slouch either. The Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.65GHz has 3GB of RAM to go along with it. So this device, believed to be the DROID Turbo, is going to be as fast as the name suggests. The internal memory is set at 32GB, but it is unknown if there will be other storage options. The front camera is 2MP and the rear camera is an impressive 20MP. And right out of the box, Motorola will ship the DRIOD Turbo with Android 4.4.4 which is the latest version of Android.


Do you believe that this device will have 640 pixels per inch? While it does seem odd to be cramming all of those pixels into a screen at 4.59 inches, it is not impossible to imagine.

Source: Android Authority

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  • Major_Pita

    Pointless. How many people who understand the resolution would want a screen smaller than 5 inches?

  • A name

    And yet my laptop with 13 ” screen has whooping 1366×768 and to be honest I can barely see the difference between fullhd galaxy s4 and 720p s3 and that’s at nearly 5″

  • vasras


    Not very useful for screen at that size imho, unless one looks at the screen from say, 2-4 inches away (pref. with a magnifying glass).

    I’m all for higher resolution esp, in amoled displays (and pentile arrays), but it really comes to live with bigger screen sizes.

    Other than that, nice to see Moto-Lenovo finally start shipping NEW hardware, instead of the old crap they’ve used to ship.

  • memyself&i

    I’d be willing to bet this screen size is wrong. These specs seem feasible but will probably be on a phablet of at least 5 inches. Not once on that page did it say 4.6 inches, it just said 640 DPI which is NOT the same as PPI. The screen size came from the assumption of that screen density which is probably not correct. To have those specs on that size screen, would need to have no battery life or be like 2 inches thick.