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 year. We've heard of the XT1032 once before, though it has largely remained shrouded in mystery until now.
The specs of the device are admittedly low mid-range, including a 720p panel with on-screen navigation buttons and a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8226 (S4) with Adreno 305 graphics. Furthermore, it's nice to see that the tested unit ran on top of Android 4.4 KitKat, meaning that even though the XT1032 is not as low-powered as some other devices, it may live up to Google's promise of spreading the KitKat joy over the entire spectrum.
Right about now would be a good time to specifically note that the XT1032 could very well end up as the upcoming Moto G, considering the match between the recently leaked specs. While on the topic of speculation, it's also necessary to mention that no fingerprint sensor is coming with the XT1032, as has been widely reported around the web – it's nothing but a simple case of misunderstanding the GFXBench listings. Not that it makes sense to install one on a lower-end device, anyway.