Moto X+1 specifications leak on a Brazilian website

Moto X+1 specifications leak on a Brazilian website

We reported yesterday that Moto X+1 will allegedly launch alongside Moto 360 this summer and now we have some more information on the this long-awaited Motorola handset.

Livraria Logos (Logos Bookstore) is a Brazilian website which actually does have a track record when it comes to leaking Motorola information. It correctly leaked Moto E specifications a few days before the device launched. That gives it some level of credibility I guess.

Anyhow, this Brazilian page is in the middle of building a pre-order page for Moto X+1. According to it, Moto X+1 will sport a 5.2″ 1080p screen, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 12MP camera on the back and a 5MP front-facing shooter. 32GB of memory should be on board (expandable via microSD card) and 2900mAh battery will allegedly take care of powering the device.

We can say this is a big leap when compared to Moto X. If they manage to keep its footprint small and the UI functional as it was the case with Moto X, this could be a great device. Assuming they’ll improve the camera as well of course. What do you think, would you buy something like this if we presume it will look similar to the Moto X?

Source: Livraria Logos
Via: PhoneArena

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  1. Guest
    June 30, 20:06 Reply

    Brazilian here. This is a very weird website. It’s got fake security seal, poor design and no reputation on the internet.

    I don’t think this should be taken seriously and by it’s possible that this is just a scam e-commerce, there has been a lot of them recently here in Brazil.

    • Kristijan Lučić
      July 01, 19:56 Reply

      Thx for the info. Other than the correctly leaked Moto E info we haven’t really heard of it.

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