Moto S (Shamu) screen protector & some specs detail leak


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Moto S name comes up, film protector caught on camera, specs details leak online.

We are not 100% sure what Motorola is cooking this year, but we are pretty sure that its going to be something really big, as the whole tech media buzzes about a new Moto X+1, a Moto G sequel and, more recently, about a so called Motorola Shamu, which may or may not be the Nexus 6. But we will find out at the press event scheduled for September 4th, in Chicago.

A new report coming from TK Tech News, reveals a film protector for a device dubbed Moto S, which may or may not be linked to the Motorola Shamu (Nexus 6). According to TK Tech News, Moto S feature an above 5-inch display with 2560 x 1440 screen resolution, a whopping 640ppi density, it is powered by a Snapdragon 805 processor with back up from an Adreno 420 GPU, comes equipped with a 13MP main camera and 3GB of RAM, specs that are not conform with Motorola’s last year strategy, to launch flagship phones with mid-range specs – Moto X (2013), making them more affordable and yet powerful enough to run any Android application or game. The same source claims that it will be available through Verizon Wireless in the United States.

Adding to this story, several images that show parts of an alleged Motorola X+1 phablet have been leaked on Facebook by HelloMotoHK, account that claim the Moto X+1 / Moto X2 will feature an AMOLED panel. With all this speculation pouring in, we cant really tell anymore if there will be a Moto X2 and a Moto S or whether these two are one and the same, but our previous experience tells us that there are two different devices.


As the time passes new bits of information is likely to surface. We are less than 20 days away from Motorola press event in Chicago where everything will make sense, and were we expect Motorola to officially release the so desirable Moto 360 smartwatch and a new Bluetooth headset alongside the new Moto series. 


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