This is possibly a photo of the white Motorola Droid Ultra that was leaked before the phone maker has made any official announcements.
The image was published by a user called xavierk75, who is a member of the xda-developers forum.
Unfortunately, xavierk75 does not give any information about the device, or source of the image. In fact, it is such user’s only post on the forum, so there is no telling where the image was taken.
The smartphone in the photo shows a white face plate with thin bezels. It has a speaker and sensors on its top, three capacitive buttons below the display, and a power button and volume controls on one side. Just beside the display, the smartphone is labelled “Motorola confidential property.” It also sports the new Motorola logo that was launched some time ago, the same one which has been seen on other purported photos of leaked Motorola phones. White is expected to be one of the color choices that will be available for the handset, along with red and black, so there may be a chance that this is a real image of the device.
It may be worth noting that the smartphone in the photo, however, looks similar to the alleged leaked image render of the Motorola Droid Maxx for Verizon that @evleaks posted. The Motorola Droid Maxx and the Motorola Droid Ultra, however, are believed to be two different smartphones. @evleaks says that the Motorola Droid Ultra has the product code XT1080, whereas the Droid MAXX has the code XT1080M.
A few days ago, the Motorola Droid Ultra was seen on a landing page for the device, right on Motorola’s US website. Such placeholder page revealed many of the specifications of the upcoming handset including a Dupont Kevlar coating, various color options, a 4.3-inch, 540 x 960-pixel Super AMOLED Advanced qHD screen, Dual-Core 1.5GHz processsor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 8GB of memory, 2000 mAh Li Ion battery, NFC, and 8 MP/0.3 MP cameras.
The launch date of the Motorola Droid Ultra must be nearing, since all these leaks are coming out. Until then, however, it is best to treat these pieces of information as rumors.