Verizon prepares Droid Ultra, Ultra Maxx, and Ultra M – Landing page is online

July 2, 2013
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A page on Verizon’s website reveals the upcoming Droid Ultra, featuring a “high-grade DuPont Kevlar body”.

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Verizon isn’t worried about keeping its upcoming devices secret, it seems. A product page for the unannounced Droid Ultra has been publicly accessible for more than a day on the carrier’s website.

Last week, @evleaks revealed that the Razr Ultra and Razr Ultra M are upcoming devices from Motorola and Verizon, but now it looks like the carrier will drop the “Razr” branding, and replace it with “Ultra”. At least that’s what Droid Life’s sources, as well as a second tweet from @evleaks claim. Sadly, Verizon and Motorola won’t kill the terrible Maxx name.

To wrap up, we expect these devices from Verizon: Droid Ultra, Droid Ultra M, and Droid Ultra Maxx.

Back to the product page, the tag line for the Droid Ultra will be Think Thin. The listing doesn’t include any image of the device, but we can get an idea about how the Droid Ultra will look from the product description:

Available in a bunch of glossy colors, this high-grade DuPont™ Kevlar body proves you can be even thinner and still be tough as steel.

There’s also a full set of specifications, but as Droid Life noticed, they are identical to those of the Razr M, suggesting that they are just a placeholder.

What’s even more confusing is that this page claims that an Otterbox case for the Droid Razr M is also compatible with the Droid Ultra. Will the two phones have the same dimensions or is it just a mistake? Hard to tell, for the moment.

As for the Ultra M and Ultra Maxx, we don’t have any concrete information or release schedule. If Verizon and Moto keep the convention from last year, the Ultra M should be a 4.3-4.5-inch device with mid-range specs, and the Ultra Maxx is going to be a thicker version of the Droid Ultra that comes with a larger battery.

Comments

  • frhoward

    Pass…

  • Rockwell mellow

    It would be better to have the m in ultra m stand for maxx

  • Peter Blanco

    Would you look at that, Verizon giving info on devices no one wants. GIVE US THE ONE.