Motorola's 2016 series Moto X has reportedly appeared on benchmarking site Geekbench, revealing processor and RAM details of the device.
Motorola XT1650, understood to be the Moto X (2016), is listed on Geekbench with impressive scores of 2,309 and 5,344 points in single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.
In the "System Information" section, Moto X (2016) is said to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (MSM8996) quad-core processor and 4GB RAM. This is the first piece of information we have heard so far about the Motorola's upcoming flagship phone.
The company has not responded to the leaked information of Moto X (2016), but the features mentioned are on par with the current crop of marquee phones like Samsung Galaxy S7 series, HTC 10, LG G5, Xiaomi Mi 5 and other rivals in the market and this has led many to believe that the aforementioned features will indeed be part of the Motorola phone.
Yang Yuanqing, CEO of Lenovo (parent company of Motorola), during the launch of Zuk Z2 Pro earlier this month, confirmed to announce new Moto series phones on June 9.
Since there is more than a month left for the launch, more details of the Moto X series and also the Moto G (4th gen) and Moto E (3rd gen) are expected to surface online.
For the uninitiated, All Moto series phones that are expected to debut later this year will not feature Motorola branding on the retail-package, instead they will come with "Moto by Lenovo" tag.
Watch this space for more updates.