Brazilian retailer lists leather option for Moto X+1, outs Moto G2 specs too

Lavaria Logos Bookstore Moto X Plus 1 G2 listings

While a Brazilian retailer may not sound like the most reliable source to grab information from, previous “leaks” have for the most part proven true. Today, the Livaria Logos Bookstore — the same retailers that “leaked” the Motorola Moto E a few days early– is back again, showing off new listings for a few upcoming Motorola devices: the Moto X+1 and a new device, the “Moto Titan.”

Outside of some bare bones placeholders allowing customers to pre-order the devices, there’s really not much here. What’s interesting is the retailers has separate listings for the Moto X+1 (model number XT1097) in black, bamboo and even leather — a new option we’ve seen in previous leaks. There’s also a listing for a Motorola Titan (model number XT1069), a codename we’ve seen in reference to the Motorola Moto G2. Here’s what is listed for each device’s specs:

Motorola Moto X+1 (XT1097)

  • Screen: 5.2-inches HD
  • Android: 4.4.4
  • Processor: 2.2 GHz Quad-Core
  • Camera: 13 MP
  • Internal Memory: 16 GB
  • RAM: 2 GB

Motorola Moto G2 (XT1069)

  • Screen: 5-inches HD
  • Android: 4.4.4
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Quad-Core
  • Camera: 8 MP
  • Internal Memory: 16 GB
  • RAM: 1 GB

Again, nothing too surprising here and for the most part lines up with the handful of leaks we’ve seen in month’s past. I guess the real question is if the world is ready for a leather bound smartphone — are you?

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TAGS: Motorola Moto G 2014 , Motorola Moto X+1

  • Derek Ross

    Hypebeast Activate! Megathrusters are go! Cannot wait for September 4th.

    • Medion

      I’ve got mixed feelings. There is a zero percent chance of me buying a new phone this year, but I am interested in the X+1 to see what direction Motorola is going with their flagship series. As an X owner, the 2015 Moto X is when I’d upgrade at minimum, and I really don’t want a large phone again. I went from an S2 to an S4, and felt that was just too big. Stepping “down” to the X was perfect for me.

      • e2e4

        I agree these more-than-4.7″ devices are too big for fitting the pockets of the youngsters who wear tight pants and are on the move non-stop. And they have a very good sight of course, so nothing’s too fine on the screen for them.

    • Rob Blaich

      I wish it would hurry up. Just to cure our curiosity of its features…

    • Lactose_the_Intolerant

      “What you did there, we see it.”
      – The Pilots

  • Michael G. Galli

    I so am not excited about this device. I dont get why anyone is really. There are so many better options out there now vs. a year or so ago.

    • Rob Blaich

      As with the Moto X, it’s not because of the specs. It’s because of the features. I don’t mean gimmicky features like what Samsung throws out. I’m talking useful ones people can use daily.

      The hype is over what the X+1 will do. Four sensors up front, an odd ring around the rear camera, and the logo looking like a button are all reasons to be curious what Motorola has up their sleeve.

      • nofearofimaginarymen

        Exactly. I think in real world performance, the moto x is still smoother than the G3 or S5. I could only imagine this one will be better.

        • ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

          There have already been tests to show that the Moto E was more responsive then the S5.

          • AbbyZFresh

            I don’t think so. I have a Moto E and the S5 still exceeds it by a little bit.

          • steveb944

            It was on basic everyday functions that the E did much better than Touchlag

      • Marc Perrusquia

        But this year Motorola is matching the other flagships in specs, so it’ll pretty much be as smooth as a nexus device.

      • Wozn2

        Yep, Samsung need an extra 4 cores just to cover TouchWiz!

  • Wozn2

    Uhhhhhhh, leather, leather so soft and luxurious in the hand…

  • meyerweb

    With only 16 GB of onboard storage, it better have an SD card slot.

    • Tony Lai

      Let’s hope they do since the Moto G LTE has microSD support.