We’ve had a couple of leaks of a Moto G device from Lenovo recently, but no news about a flagship from the recently merged company, till now. A new benchmark test from GeekBench has revealed to us some specs about the upcoming flagship handset by the OEM.

A Moto device with model number Motorola XT-1650, is likely the successor to the Moto X Pure Edition launched last year. The Moto X Pure Edition carried an XT-1575 model number. Not much is being revealed in terms of specs, but we have a few, which is better than none at all. First off, the Moto X 2016 will be powered by the flagship standard Snapdragon 820 processor, coupled with 4GB of RAM alongside it. Unfortunately, that’s about it for the time being. 

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The Moto X 2016 will most likely pack a fingerprint sensor as well. We’re almost sure that it will given the fact that the rumored Moto G for this year will have a fingerprint sensor too. As usual, we’ll be looking forward to a device that can properly compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5. Till then, stay tuned!

Source: GeekBench