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?

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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

    1. 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.

      1. 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.

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

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

  2. 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.

    1. 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.

      1. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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