Occam and Manta have recently made to Android news log as alleged photos of AnTuTu Benchmark scores bearing their names started to show up on the Internet this past couple of days. There has never been any confirmation whether they are built by Motorola but many immediately jumped into conclusion that Google’s newly acquired company is behind all this. Thus, while the photos clearly show the codename of the devices, majority of blogs are now calling them as Motorola Occam and Motorola Manta.
Both devices have impressive overall scores but what made tech enthusiasts and Android lovers more frantic is the fact that they will be released showcasing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. Irrespective of the manufacturers that built them, there is a great possibility that they will be released before the holidays. The fact that these benchmark screenshots are now being circulated online is evident it won’t take long before we can see them in action.
The screenshot for Occam suggests that the device runs on a processor with 1.5GHz. However, it also shows that the overall score is pretty impressive. This leaves us to believe the device may be running Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset having a quad-core CPU with each core clocked at 1.5GHz. Aside from this and the Jelly Bean OS, there is no other information about this device but it leaves an impression that it will be competing in the high-end market alongside a few devices currently available.
On the other hand, Manta, shows it will come packed with a processor having 1.7GHz clock speed. While its processor is clocked at a higher frequency, it has a lower overall score compared with Occam leaving an impression that it will be going after the mid-range market with its dual-core CPU. It would also be running Jelly Bean out of the box making it one of the few devices running the latest version upon release.
The photos appear to be legit in any way. So, we can expect these devices are on the way to their official launch but don’t ask when because your guess is as good as ours for now.