Next Tuesday, on March 10, Motorola is holding an event in India. It's always been clear that the company will use this avenue to make the new Moto E (2015) official for the subcontinent. But now it looks like Motorola will have something else to announce too.
It turns out that the company is planning to sell the Moto Maxx in India as the Moto Turbo. This information comes straight from Motorola's Indian website, believe it or not, which is currently showing the promo you can see in the image below.
It's still unclear if this is intentional or if it's just an employee's mistake, but it's now obvious that the Droid Turbo will end up being sold in India as the Moto Turbo. This confusingly comes after the same handset has been introduced in other international markets as the Moto Maxx. So we're already up to three different names for the exact same phone, for whatever reason.
While Motorola only says the Turbo is "coming soon", it would be odd for it not to get unveiled at Tuesday's event, especially now that it's front and center on the company's website.
If the Moto Turbo will be identical to the Maxx and the Droid Turbo on the inside as well as the outside, then it should sport a 5.2-inch 2,560x1,440 OLED touchscreen, a 21 MP rear camera with dual-LED flash, and a 2 MP selfie snapper.
Powering it is supposed to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset, with a 2.7 GHz quad-core CPU and Adreno 420 GPU, aided by 3GB of RAM. The phone may be kept running by the same 3,900 mAh battery too.
Like the Moto E (2015), the Moto Turbo could be exclusively offered in India through Flipkart, the country's biggest online retailer.