SPOTTED AGAIN: Moto X (2016) Smartphone Has been Officially Certified by China

    As a tradition, Lenovo-owned Motorola will launch a range of smartphones under three different series --Moto G, Moto E, and Moto X every year.

    SPOTTED AGAIN: Moto X (2016) Smartphone Has been Officially Certified

    This time, it's no different! Even after Lenovo acquisition, the company has spotted working on the Moto X handset. As per the latest report, an unknown smartphone called Motorola Moto X (2016) is likely to come to China for CCC (China Compulsory Certificate) certification.

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    Code-named XT1662, this smartphone has been already spotted on GFXBench test featuring a 4.6-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920

    In terms of hardware, this smartphone is expected to come powered by an Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P10 MT6755 chipset under the hood carrying Mali-T860 MP2 as GPU. The listing also suggests that the so-called Moto X (2016) will come packed with 3GB RAM, 32GB inbuilt storage on board, a 16MP/8MP camera package and shipped with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

    SPOTTED AGAIN: Moto X (2016) Smartphone Has been Officially Certified

    As this device is visiting CCC for certification, it is unlikely to join the Moto line up outside China. However, there is no confirmation regarding the details, we are expecting more information in the upcoming days.

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    On the other hand, the Chinese handset maker Lenovo has confirmed its presence at the upcoming IFA 2016 event in Berlin. According to the sources, the company is likely to launch new Moto Mods, Moto 360 smartwatch as well. Meanwhile, the Moto E3 has been spotted on Zauba listing with 16GB of internal storage, 5-inch 720p display, MediaTek MT6735P chipset along with Mali-T720 GPU and 2GB of RAM.



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