The successor of the Motorola Moto X has been leaked several times in the past and it can be traced back from early May this year. Today, the Moto X+1 (model number XT1097) has appeared online yet again on GFXBench site, and the site reveals most of the details about the phone (or you can rather consider this one as a confirmed specs as it matches with the former leaks).
Motorola is expected to launch the Moto X+1 along with the Moto 360 on September 4th. The phone will be unveiled amidst lot of other devices including Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which are also scheduled to launch in the same week at the IFA 2014 tech show in Berlin, Germany.
However, coming back to the specs, as per the listing, the Moto X+1 will likely have 5.2 inch screen offering a resolution of 1920 x 1080pixels. It will be powered by 2.47GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor in addition to the Adreno 330 GPU. It would also come with a 2GB of RAM. Most probably, the smartphone will have a 16GB of native storage unit offering up to 10GB of user accessible memory.
Oddly enough, as rumors suggest, the phone will have 12MP rear camera that supports 4K UHD video shooting and 2MP front facing snapper. The Moto X+1 will run on Android KitKat 4.4.4. In the connectivity front, the Moto X+1 will feature Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, and Bluetooth. Also in the benchmark, you will see that the device will have gyroscope, light, and proximity sensor are also listed.
If the Moto X+1 smartphone's specs remain the same, the phone will be pretty affordable and powerful at the same time. Moreover, if you take a closer look at the specs, you might also realize that it matches the specs of the newly launched Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone.
You can watch the video review of the Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone below:
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