October 27th can't come soon enough for fans of the Droid series. Although Verizon is expected to reveal its latest flagship smartphone on that day, the carrier seems to be extremely eager to show you what it has planned for the event. In a tweet earlier today, Verizon teased a handset fitting the leaked description of the "shatterproof" Droid Turbo 2, calling it "the perfect phone for imperfect people." Aside from a tough screen, the device is said to be compatible with Motorola's Moto Maker service, which will let you customize it to your liking. We'll learn all the official details soon enough, but in the meantime, here's a quick video of the new Turbo to hold you over.
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