Solid but mid-range specs found under familiar black casing with a curved back
As we said when the first press renders of the Moto X hit the web, the leaks are just going to keep coming as we get closer and closer to its official reveal on August 1st. This time by way of the folks at AndroidPolice, we have pictures of the Moto X variant for AT&T (aka XT1058 or "ghost") with a whole breakdown of purported specs and benchmarks. On the outside everything looks to be in order along with previous leaks and renders, so the important part is what the diagnostics and FCC filings obtained by the site show of the internals:
- Snapdragon S4 Pro MSM8960DT processor, clocked at 1.7GHz
- 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, no SDcard slot
- 720x1280 4.7-inch display (minus a few pixels for the on-screen buttons)
- 10.5MP rear and 2.1MP front-facing camera
- 2200mAh non-removable battery
The "About phone" screen reveals a system version with "ATT.en.US" in the description, as well as Android version 4.2.2 and kernel 3.4.0. There's no telling when this device was made or if it is a final production model, so we're not going to make too many judgments about the benchmarks being shown off.
This does give us a pretty good look at the range of specs we can expect in the device when it finally hits market, however. As we've expected for some time now, the Moto X doesn't look to be breaking any barriers with high-end specs, and this lends more evidence to the idea that this will be an affordable device.