Mystery Motorola model receives Bluetooth certification

Mystery Motorola model receives Bluetooth certification
A Motorola handset with the model number XT1565 has just appeared on the Bluetooth SIG. The device has received its Bluetooth certification, and while there really is no way to be certain, the phone in question could be the third-generation Motorola Moto E. As it turns out, the person who uploaded the image from the Bluetooth SIG that accompanies this story has only uploaded details in the past regarding previous Moto E models. Bizarre to be sure, but a good indication of what we are looking at.

Motorola seems ready to move on to its next generation of Moto branded handsets. The other day, Indian online retailer Flipkart accidentally posted a listing for the third-generation Motorola Moto G. The only useful information that came out of that leak revealed that the next Moto G will apparently sport 8GB of native storage. We've also seen specs for the third-generation Motorola Moto X leak.

Returning to the Bluetooth certification for the XT1565, if it is for the third-gen Moto E, we can tell you that the unit will feature support for Bluetooth 4.1. It also will come with Android 5.1.1 pre-installed. 

If you believe that where there's smoke there's fire, get prepared for Motorola's next round of alphabet soup.

via: TechGadgetsz



1. troutsy

Posts: 382; Member since: Feb 17, 2012

Myxztplk: I hope this doesn't disappoint like the Droid Bionic. There. Your work is done for you this time.

2. Jon_Snow

Posts: 6; Member since: Jun 02, 2015

Judging by the model number, it might be either the 3rd gen Moto G or Moto X. Last years model numbers were 102X for the Moto E, 106X for the Moto G and 109X for the Moto X. Since this year's Moto E numbers ranged from 150X to 152X, it makes sense this XT1565 is for a higher tier phone from the Moto series.

3. milesboy5

Posts: 179; Member since: Nov 07, 2012

Makes sense to me. I look forward to seeing what Motorola has to offer this year!

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