Last year onwards, Lenovo owned Motorola has started launching two phones under the Moto X branding - one mid-ranger and a flagship smartphone; and a close look at the benchmark listing makes GizBot believe that the device is question is none other than the successor of the Moto X Force.
Apart from the benchmark listing not much is known about the smartphone so far. However, is expected that the flagship Moto X (2016) smartphone will come with a metal body and fingerprint sensor. So without further ado, let's find out the leaked specs of the Moto X Force successor which is expected to launch somewhere near the middle of 2016.
Moto X (2016): Leaked Features #1
Motorola Moto X (2016) is expected to tout a metal frame with a polycarbonate shell, just likes it predecessor. Besides that, it is expected to come with shockproof, dustproof and waterproofing capabilities that have now become a characteristic of the Moto X Force lineup.
Moto X (2016): Leaked Features #2
In most circumstances Moto X Force (2016) touting model no XT1650 will come with a modestly large (5.0-5.5 inch) display with Quad HD resolution. It is highly unlikely for Motorola to opt either for a cheaper Full HD panel or a markedly sharpers 4K.
Moto X (2016): Leaked Features #3
As per the benchmark listing, the Moto X (2016) comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip under the hood. This is the same flagship chip that is found inside many a high smartphone of 2016 including Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5 and Xiaomi Mi5.
Moto X (2016): Leaked Features #4
Just like any other flagship device, the Moto X Force successor comes with a 4GB RAM stick on the inside.
Moto X (2016): Leaked Features #5
With fingerprint sensors going mainstream, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Moto X (2016) sporting on. Expected it to be located on the rear of the device, rather than on the front.
Moto X (2016): Leaked Features #6
Android N might be round the corner, but Moto X Force will launch with Android Marshmallow (6.0.1) out of box. However you can expect Motorola to roll down the Android N update soon after it is officially launched.