Motorola Moto X3 Smartphone With 5-Inch Display Allegedly Spotted Online

Motorola Mobility seems to be working on yet another smartphone under Lenovo‘s subsidiary, which has been appeared as Motorola Moto X3 at Zuaba import and export database. Spotted on its way into India for testing, the yet-unannounced Moto X3 smartphone although listed usually reveals basic specifications and features. The only hardware keys the database shows up is the alleged smartphones’s 5-inch display.

Successor to Moto X Style listed on import/export database
The Lenovo-owned company has been pretty quite this year, and of course, didn’t unveiled any new products yet in 2016. But if this leaked listing is to be believed, Motorola is looking forward to launch a new range of Moto X, Moto G, and Moto E handsets, and in that, this new Moto X3, which is called to be the successor to the Moto X Style is ready to debut this year.

That’s unclear about the leaked Moto X3 would be a high-end smartphone or not. This new third-generation Moto X is likely to carry the “Moto by Lenovo” brand instead of Motorola upon launch. Though the “Motorola” branding is unlikely to be used on the final product and the website listing the device as “Motorola Moto X3, being replaced with “Lenovo” brand. Apparently, what we have here is its screen size of 5-inch, a single SIM GSM phone – and that’s all we know for now.

Motorola’s latest handsets being the Moto X Pure Edition, and there was a Moto X2 and the Moto X Style was released as the third-gen Moto X in India. Zauba in the past have revealed the names of various unannounced smartphones, so we’re inclined to assume that this Mto X3 is real.

Although two new Moto smartphones with model number XT1700 and XT1706 were also spotted on GFXBench. Sporting 5-inch HD screens, MediaTek quad-core processors paired with 2GB of RAM and running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and were expected to be the upcoming Moto E series. No comparison done between how the XT1700 and XT1706 vs Moto X3 power ups, but we hope to find out as soon as we get more details in the future.

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