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GFXBench reveals more details about the low-cost Motorola XT1032 (Moto G?)

0. phoneArena 11 Nov 2013, 02:10 posted on

A Motorola device, carrying a model number XT1032, has been spotted over at GFXBench's corner of the web, giving us a bit more information on what's likely the last pipeline Motorola device for the...

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posted on 11 Nov 2013, 02:36 3

1. Sniggly (Posts: 6998; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)


Fascinating. I wonder, if the Moto G truly does use the same touchless controls that the Moto X has, whether the battery life will be similar.

Or maybe their main selling point will be the swappable backs.

posted on 11 Nov 2013, 05:32

2. roldefol (Posts: 2860; Member since: 28 Jan 2011)


I'm waiting for someone to comment that this phone must beat the Moto X because it's a quad core. It makes more sense now being that it's an 8226/305 (Snapdragon 400).

posted on 11 Nov 2013, 06:51

3. legend1 (Posts: 102; Member since: 08 Oct 2012)


maybe in terms of cpu only the moto x uses a 320 adreno gpu which is better than 305 even though a dual core snapdragon s4 plus should handle stock android with out any lag

posted on 11 Nov 2013, 13:17

4. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4010; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


I doubt it even beats the Moto X in CPU power. It might be quad core, but it's using Cortex A7, which has much less per core performance than Krait 300 used in the Moto X. I'm not sure if the 2 added cores can make up for the higher frequency and naturally higher performance of Krait 300.

posted on 12 Nov 2013, 03:03

5. crankcaller (Posts: 2; Member since: 12 Nov 2013)


How does this compare to my year old Galaxy s3? (International version)
Want a new toy and selling my s3 would cover the price of this :-D

posted on 12 Nov 2013, 12:13

6. rabidhunter (Posts: 90; Member since: 05 Jul 2013)


Considering that KitKat is coming soon and will most likely end up on this device at some point soon (maybe at launch), it should run quite well and would be an improvement over the S3.

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