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Purported AT&T Moto X version leak reveals specs and benchmarks

The AT&T Moto X version has apparently been leaked, providing more details about the specs of the handset, and revealing some benchmark scores in the process.
July 22, 2013
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An AT&T Moto X test version has apparently been caught in the wild, helping a website provide more details about the device, including specs and benchmarks.

Android Police obtained access to a variety of images showing the AT&T Moto X phone (model number XT1058, also known as “Ghost”) – we’ll note that this isn’t the first time we see an AT&T version of the handset get leaked. Here’s what the full specs list looks like, according to the publication:

  • dual-core Qualcomm S4 Pro MSM8960DT 1.7GHz CPU, Adreno 320 GPU. [Android Police] is still not sure what the “d” stands for in the processor model number, but it’s likely the same as MSM8960T – confirmed by [AnTuTu benchmark]
  • 2GB of RAM – confirmed by [AnTuTu benchmark]
  • 720×1184 4.7″ (about 4.5″ without on-screen buttons) display – confirmed by [AnTuTu benchmark]
  • 2.1MP front-facing camera / 10.5MP rear camera with flash – confirmed by [AnTuTu benchmark]
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi (ac made it in, nice!) – confirmed by FCC docs
  • Android 4.2.2 on the unit being tested – confirmed by [AnTuTu benchmark]
  • 16GB internal memory, 12GB of which is user-accessible (on the unit being tested) – confirmed by [AnTuTu benchmark]
  • NFC – confirmed by [images]
  • 2,200 mAh non-removable battery – confirmed by FCC docs and first tipped off by @evleaks
  • 128.5mm x 65mm – confirmed by FCC docs
  • no microSD support

Since we did talk about AnTuTu benchmarks, you’ll notice in the image gallery below that the XT1058 has scored 18753 in the test.

Interestingly, in the graphics department (3DMark Ice Storm Extreme), the Moto X topped 7100, outranking several devices including the Galaxy S4. However, the screen resolution (720p instead of 1080p) may have something to do with the score obtain by the handset, so we’ll have to wait for proper benchmarks performed on a final Moto X version before drawing any conclusions.

At the end of the day, these aren’t Motorola-confirmed specs and features, but they everything looks rather legitimate, considering what we’ve seen so far. With just 10 days to go until Google unveils the Moto X, we can only wonder whether there’s anything else to see about the handset, as the leaks “campaign” has apparently revealed all there is to know about the device.