Motorola has been kind enough to confirm that it’s working on a smartwatch and a successor to its flagship, the Moto X+1, but it has made no mention about the XT102X series so far. Well, three smartphones in the range have received certification in Brazil and they go by the model numbers XT1021, XT1022 and XT1025.
The first phone, the XT1021, has also been certified in the US where it carries AT&T-friendly radios. This model is said to be single SIM and according to Tecnoblog (Source in Portuguese), the XT1022 and XT1025 will have dual SIM card slot. The last one will also sport digital TV support. The website also managed to get its hands on specifications which indicate that the Motorola XT102X series will be even more affordable than the widely popular Moto G.
The smartphone will have a 4.3-inch display and while the resolution hasn’t been provided, we doubt you’ll find HD visuals here. WVGA or qHD are feasible options. The handset will support 2G and 3G networks and gain steam from a 1.2GHz dual core processor (probably a Snapdragon 200). Memory is limited to 4GB of storage with no word about expandability, and 1GB of RAM. The Motorola XT102X will also have Android 4.4 KitKat, a 5MP camera, a 1900mAh battery and a super slim design of just 6.2 inches.
The Motorola XT102X is said to go official next month, in Brazil at least, highlights PhoneArena. Where price is concerned, the report suggests that the XT1025 model will retail for 599 BRL which amounts to around US$267.’
Here an overview of the specs:
– OS: Android 4.4 KitKat
– Display: 4.3 inches
– RAM: 1GB
– SOC: 1.2GHz dual core
– Storage: 4GB
– Connectivity: Dual SIM, 2G, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
– Camera: 5MP rear
– Dimensions: 124.8mm x 64.8mm x 6.2mm
– Battery: 1900mAh