The QWERTY slider is missing some buttons, though: Based on the images, it seems that Motorola has dropped the capacitive buttons of its predecessors. On the other hand, it appears that wireless charging, NFC and a "shockproof" water / dust resistant design are all in the mix.
The much-loved laser-cut five-row keyboard from the Droid 4 appears to remain. While it's not possible to precisely determine the screen size, it appears to be somewhere in the 4.3-inch to 4.5-inch range.
Verizon 4G LTE logos appear in the images, pointing to it definitely being a Droid of some type. Any other details remain to be unveiled in another leak, or an official announcement. We'd expect it to sport hardware equivalent to either the Moto X (mid-range) or Droid Ultra (high-end).
A slideshow of images is here.