Among all the leaks pertaining to Samsung smartphones and Sony's Xperia Z3, this is the first time that a new Motorola device has come up to most of the tech sites' attention.
Tagged with a rather strange model number 4027, the smartphone has been spotted at the FCC, one of the government sites which has served as a very resourceful place for finding information related to new phones.
Although, the FCC filing doesn't reveal the specifications of the smartphone which Motorola has evidently been working on. It does, however, offer some information relating to the network support.
According to the official document, the upcoming Motorola phone with model name 4027 will operate on GSM and HSPA frequencies, and all of the typical smartphone connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, and GPS are on board. However, the LTE support is missing, which leads PhoneArena to assume that the phone would not make it to the US market.
According to the aforementioned site, which got hold of the news first, says that the Motorola 4027 is 2.8 inches (71 mm) wide and 5.58 inches (141.7 mm) tall. Its physical diagonal size is 5.87 inches (149 mm). Thus, roughly calculating the dimensions, we can at least expect the smartphone to come with a 5-inch display. The phone is reportedly said to come with Android OS, perhaps the KitKat version and the officials document also suggests that the device comes with a removable battery, which means removable back panel.
This might make some of the Motorola followers to raise opinion like- could it be Moto X+1? We are not quite sure about that but we are assuming that it is not as it lacks LTE connectivity.
You can sure expect few leaks ahead of the launch of this particular Motorola handset. Until we get hold of any further information relating to the Motorola smarpthone model named 4027, stay tuned to GizBot!