The upcoming Moto X+1 from Motorola is becoming clearer by the day, even as new leaks are giving away crucial details about it from every now and then. Today, we have the results of a benchmark test done on the apparent smartphone, and they go on to reveal some of its key specs.
This test was performed on a model named Moto XT1097 which is widely believed to be the Moto X+1. Data acquired from the Geekbench database has revealed that it ran the Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS which is no surprise, despite the fact that previous leaks had shown the 4.4.3 version of Android to be present on it.
The Moto X successor seems to kick in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 8974AC chipset onboard. The quad core Krait processor that sits atop this SoC has its clock speed set at 2.45GHz. The benchmark test also indicates that a 2GB RAM module has been granted to this phone by Motorola.
We know from past leaks that a 12MP main camera will form part of the handset’s offerings as well. Moreover, this phone is expected to ship with a 5.2-inch display that has its resolution tied at 1080p full HD.
More news about the Moto X+1 is expected in the coming days, as this is the month in which Motorola is apparently set to unveil it, so stay tuned if you’re interested in this new smartphone.