Motorola Moto X Replacement Peeping Forth in Benchmarks

A new flagship model from Motorola is on the drawing board and show up in the test application.

Motorola Moto X drew a different vision for what a flagship anno 2013 should contain. Where big manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, Sony gambled on larger displays and the fastest giblets to the mobile companion went under the auspices of other roads. Google Motorola A deep software integration of Google services and a compact, but custom exterior, designed the Moto X.
New figures from the graphics test-application GFXBench, suggest now to a new high-end device from Motorola lurking on the horizon. Test-unit goes under the code name XT912A so far but betrays that Motorola is plotting to bid with a direct competitor to the top of Android.

The leaked device is equipped with 5.2 inch Full HD display, a Snapdragon processor at 800 2.3 GHz, 2 GB RAM and 24 GB of storage. On the software front is Motorola their Google DNA faith, by applying the upcoming 4.4.3 version of Android.

On the camera front will meet from 12 megapixels and 2 megapixels on the front. The video portion, however, cannot boast of 4 k recording as one finds with the newest flag ships from Samsung and Sony.

When the actual device will see the light of day remains to be seen, but a launch in late spring or early summer will be consistent with last year’s launch of Moto X.