Motorola has unveiled the long-rumored Droid Turbo, the follow-up to last year's Droid Ultra that's available exclusively for Verizon customers. The device is akin to a souped-up Moto X, featuring a 5.2 inch display with 2560x1440 Quad-HD resolution at an impressive 562 pixels per inch. (Compare that to the 1080p screen in the Moto X and other phones in its class.) It's powered by a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor -- representing just about the fastest mobile CPU on the market -- and features 3GB of RAM. But the most attractive detail here just might be the battery, which offers 48 hours of operating time. Running Android 4.4.4, the Motorola Turbo with 32GB of onboard storage will retail for $199.99 under contract, and $249.99 for a 64GB version. It launches October 30th.