MotoFirmware.com has gotten their hands on detailed quick-start guide for the upcoming Motorola’s Droid Turbo. The 73-page guide is still available for download and contains instructions on how to use the device and provides an early look at its form factor and features.

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On par with previous rumors, Motorola Droid Turbo sports a 5.2″ display, capacitive navigation keys, a big 21MP camera unit along with Moto’s dual flash and it also shoots 4K video. The smartphones features a QHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels.

Motorola’s special software features are also present, of course, such as Moto Actions, Display, Connect, Voice, Assist and more. Previous rumors suggested it will run on the Snapdragon 805 chipset clocked at 2.65GHz along with an Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB of RAM. The phone is said to feature 32GB of built-in storage, but there’s no mention yet of a microSD card slot.

A complete photo of the back of the device isn’t present in the guide,  but it does seem to suggest that it will sport back plate. The back comes with a flash configuration which is different from the new Moto X as there’s a flash on either side of the camera without a ring.

The volume rocker appears to be the device’s SIM tray, which can be pulled out with your fingernail, but it’s not something that we usually see at smartphones. The smartphone is NFC-enabled, as it has embedded the specific antenna on the back.

The smartphone seems to have wireless (Qi) charging and compatibility with Moto’s new turbo charger. Some voices suggest that it could get the fast-charging accessory for free, which would be really nice, considering that it retails at a price of $35 for everybody else. Just like the guide suggests and as it was expected, the device will be a Verizon exclusive.

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