Brazilian retailer outs specs for Motorola Moto X+1

Brazilian retailer outs specs for Motorola Moto X+1
A Brazilian retailer, Livraria Logos, has posted the specs for the Motorola Moto X+1. Also on the retailer's site is a phone codenamed the Motorola Titan. This is believed to be the sequel to the Motorola Moto G, aka the Motorola Moto G2. Both of these phones should see the light of day on September 4th, during a Motorola event in Chicago. The retailer lists three different versions of the Motorola X+1, each with a different back. The site shows the Moto X+1 in leather, bamboo and in black. A model number of XT1097 is posted for the Moto X+1, which matches the model number for a Motorola device that was previously spotted on the GFX benchmark site.

The specs for the Moto X+1 include a 5.2 HD screen of unknown resolution, with a quad-core 2.2GHz processor under the hood. 2GB of RAM is inside along with 16GB of native storage. A 13MP rear-facing snapper is on-board and Android 4.4.4 is pre-installed out of the box. Some of the gaps can be filled in by the GFX benchmark visit. For example, according to GFX, the screen will have a resolution of 1020 x 1920, and the silicon employed will be the Snapdragon 800.

As far as the Motorola Titan (aka the Moto G2) is concerned, this will be a model with a 5 inch HD screen, powered by a quad-core 1.2 GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of native storage on board. An 8MP camera graces the back of the phone, while Android 4.4.4 is running the show.

The retailer did not list any pricing for the two handsets, nor was a specific launch date published. All will be known on September 4th.


source: DroidLife

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