Moto X+1 details revealed during FCC certification

Moto X+1 details revealed during FCC certification

With the Moto X+1 set to launch at Motorola’s September 4th event in Chicago, the device has passed US FCC certification on Thursday for AT&T and T-Mobile.

The FCC filing also revealed a few details about the device and shows the device will measure 140mm high by 72.6mm in width, which suggests a display of 5.2-inches.

Rumours have been circling around this figure so it’s no surprise that this has turned out to be the screen size of the device.

With only a few more days until we are expected to see the Moto X+1, who’s excited about the device?

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  1. jack
    August 30, 10:58 Reply

    Let’s see if they can surprise us with a different name for the phone

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