For the last few weeks everyone is talking about an alleged smartphone called Moto X+1 which is touted as the Moto X sequel, but until yesterday we did not have any concrete evidence that the name of the upcoming Motorola flagship phone is Moto X+1.
Well, this latest leak coming straight from Motorola’s Moto Maker website confirms the device. Some ingenious fellow found out that if you replace FLEXR1 (Moto X codename) with FLEXR2 (Moto X+1 codename, apparently), it takes you onto Moto X+1 landing page, although the page is pretty much empty, the only thing thats visible is its name (here try it yourself), and Motorola took care of that too, so, they removed the name. Trying to conceal it, it only confirms what everyone’s expecting to learn, that the phone is real, right?
Anyways, according to another recent listing of a Motorola XT912A on GFX Benchmark, which we belive it is Moto X+1, revealed that the device will carry a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 1.7GB of RAM, an Adreno 330 GPU and a 12MP rear-facing camera.
Additionally, Moto X+1 will feature a 5.2-inch Full HD screen, 32GB of built-in storage (probably will be available in 16/32GB variants, no microSD slot), NFC technology and Android 4.4.3 in this test, could come later this year with a newer version, that if Google announces it at Google I/O 2014. Who knows.
Motorola has invited us earlier this week at an event that will take place on May 13, in London, where we should witness the launch of