Moto X+1 specs leaked- spotted in GeekBench (Round up of rumors)

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Motorola’s upcoming smartphones Moto G2, Moto X+1 etc specs are starting to leak online in various benchmarking websites, now as seen in GeekBench database we have found leaked specifications of Moto X+ 1 under a code name “Motorola XT1097” and from the source the leaked specs of Moto X+1 it is confirmed that the next smartphone from Motorola will run on Qualcomm 8974AC Snapdragon 801  processor and Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)

Interestingly we leaked on Motorola’s Upcoming best budget smartphone Moto G2 (Successor of Moto G), and now this time coming with Moto X+1 (successor of Moto X) and here now we are trying to round up all the rumors and leaks on Moto X+1

Read more : Moto G2 Specs leaked

As per the souce (GeekBench) Moto X+1 runs of Quadra core processor with Qualcomm snapdragon 801 chipset under a clock speed of 2.45GHz and we already mentioned that it runs on Android v4.4.4 (KitKat) but we are sure that there will be another rumor claiming that Moto X+1, will get Android L as to give a competition for new OS’es like FireFox, Jolla etc. It has a RAM of 2GB and comes with Adreno 330 GPU.

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Earlier sources of AntTuTu database also suggests the same features and specifications of Moto X+ 1, but only difference is in the version of Operating System, here as per the GeekBench database Moto X+1 has Android v4.4.4 but as per AntTuTu database it is Android v4.4.3

But as per the evleaks, we have some rumored specs regarding the Moto X+1 and we have already posted the same leak here, you can read more on this leak :Motorola’s Next flagship phone, Moto X+1 releasing into Markets Soon

As per the evleaks, here are the rumored specs:

Moto X+1 leaked specs:

  • A 5.2 inches full HD display with 1080p resolution
  • Primary camera is 12MP with dual LED flash
  • Runs on latest snapdragon processor (801 or 805)
  • Gpu is Adreno 330

Still many more specs of this smartphone need to be known, and we hope we present them at earliest as possible!

source: GsmArena