A leaked photo of Moto X+1 has revealed the specifications in a benchmark and the device is expected to be launched on May 13.
A new image leaked by a Baidu forum user shows that the Moto X+1 has undergone a significant change from the Moto X. According to the leaks the device will b powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The Moto X+1 will feature a 5.2-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920×1080 which is a significant upgrade from Moto X’s 4.7-inch display and a resolution of 720p. Other features include a 12MP camera and a built-in pedometer might be included. A MicroSD card slot is expected as it was not included in Moto X and Moto G and will include Android 4.4.3 OS.
A GFX Benchmark with a device name Motorola XT912A was clocked and detailed the specifications. Moto X+1 was first leaked by @Evleaks in April who has now mentioned that the Moto X+1 will be codenamed Victara in Twitter. According to @Evleaks, the smartphone will be featured on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-mobile. However there has been no information regarding the launch date of the device from the carriers.
In April Motorola accidentally leaked the build material of the phone which will include new materials. Motorola will use less Bezels for its 5.2-inch display in Moto X+1 for a sleek look. A 64GB variant of the Moto X is rumored to be coming soon. There has been no news regarding the carriers in UK who will feature the upcoming phone. As Moto X+1 features an inbuilt pedometer which raises speculations that the company might release the Moto 360 along with the smartphone.
Moto X+1 pricing will be similar to Moto X and is expected to be less than $500 after its launch on May 13. UK’s major carriers are expected to offer the Moto X+1 for free on contract with select 24-month tariffs. Motorola users are also expecting the arrival of Moto 360 smartphone during Google I/O.
Motorola is expecting to catch up with its rivals with the announcement of Moto E and Moto G which has proved to be a hit among budget consumers and the Moto X+1 would not disappoint consumers looking for a high-end phone.