American smartphone maker, Motorola Mobility (now a subsidiary of Lenovo) is reportedly working on a 64-bit CPU based handset.
An unnamed phone codenamed – 'Motorola TBD' - has made an appearance at Geekbench Browser revealing key specifications of the phone.
According to the website, the Motorola phone is tested under Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS powered 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 CPU (chipset type: msm8916) with 1GB RAM and has scored a 434 and 1148 points under single and multi-core benchmarks.
It is a pretty decent score for a budget smartphone, but there are some confusions on the name of the device. Many tech blogs say it might be the second generation Moto E (aka Moto E2), while others suggest this may be the advanced version of recently released Moto G (Gen 2.).
However, if past Motorola device launch history is any indication, the mystery device might be the 4G-LTE variant of the second generation Moto G.
The use of Snapdragon 410 series SoC (System on Chip) makes sense over 400 series 3G based Moto G (Gen 2.) as the former can be released in developed markets.
The company had launched Moto G (Gen 1.) 4G-LTE in European and American markets, almost three months after the 3G model made its debut in India.
As of now, nothing is set on stone. Motorola is yet to respond to the rumours twirling on the Internet. Until the company clears the air over the rumours, this report will remain as pure speculation only.