The follow-up to Motorolla’s Moto X is said to be called the Moto X+1. Although nobody has seen what it looks like or what new features it will have, the Motorola XT912A, which has gone through the graphic benchmark test, GFXBench, has already caught attention. Not only does it have a 5.2 inch touch screen and runs on an Android 4.4.3 operating system, but since its model number has appeared in the Moto X prototype, it will probably be called the Moto X+1.
5.2 inch touch screen
According to the results of the GFXBench tests, the Motorola XT912A looks interesting with its 5.2 inch screen and 1080p resolution. It also runs on a Snapdragon 800 chip, with 2GB ram and 32GB memory space. It also has a double lens camera. (The front lens carries 2 MP and can take 1080p videos, while the back camera carries 12MP, has an LED light, supports autofocus, and can take 1080p videos) This device also runs on the new Android 4.4.3 operating system. As for now, they are still said to be fixing a few bugs.
The Moto X+1?
This is not the first Motorola phone to bear the XT912A model number. Before the Moto X was released, this phone was also shown to have this very same model number, but the retail versions was sold under different names (XT1053, XT1055, XT1056, XT105, and XT1060). If they don’t change this number, it can just be considered an upgraded version of the Moto X and called the Moto X+1.