The legitimate successor to the Moto X, the Moto X+1, is one of the most hyped devices of 2014. The original Moto X has only been a small success compared to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Nevertheless, Motorola is planning to bring out the successor to the Moto X sometime next month, alongside the Moto 360.
In fact, Motorola itself has hinted at a successor to the Moto X coming this summer, though nothing concrete has been said about the next-gen device. However, today, the upcoming Motorola-made phone has been apparently leaked, all thanks to a website in Brazil. Brazilian retailer Livraria Logos has recently started constructing a pre-order page for the Moto X+.1. It was apparent that the website might slip some inside details around the coming of the Moto X+1.
As expected, the website accidentally leaked hardware specifications for the Moto X+1. According to the store's website, the Moto X+1 will feature a 5.2-inch Full HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, a microSD card up to 128GB, a 12MP rear-facing camera, a 5MP front-facing shooter and a large 2900mAh battery inside. Not surprisingly, the handset will run on the latest version of the Android mobile OS.
Well, going by the above mentioned specifications the upcoming phone seems to be a half-baked attempt to take on the likes of Samsung, HTC, Sony and Apple. However, we've previously seen how Motorola managed to impress the consumers with its Moto X by adding integrating with unique software.
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