The Moto X+1 has made innumerable appearances in leaks before and here it is again. This time coming courtesy of a benchmark listing, showing the chipset that’s being used as well as the overall single and multi-core scores. This device has the model number XT1097, which is obviously related to the Verizon Droid smartphone with the model number XT1096 that leaked out not too long ago.
The quad core Snapdragon 801 SoC is said to be running at a clock speed of 2.5 GHz which is what we’ve seen extensively on current flagships as well. The device is also shown to be carrying 2GB of RAM, so that’s unchanged from the predecessor.
The device has managed to get a single core score of 998 while the multi core score is shown to be 2860 which is higher than any device listed on the site, including the Samsung Galaxy S5. Android 4.4.4 is shown to be running by default here, which is reassuring for the fans. Expect the Moto X+1 to be launched in the coming weeks, although the company hasn’t set a date for the unveiling yet.