Motorola Tech News Motorola Moto X (2016) Leaked, Comes With Android N By Sufia Banu Posted on April 27, 2016 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Talking of hardware, Motorola offers some of the best specifications in the industry. The flagship phones tend to offer best features and stock Android experience. Some leaks of the upcoming Motorola flagship smartphone Moto X (2016), have revealed that the handset will come with a couple of perks like it’ll have the latest Android N. A listing on Geekbench shows, that the device is fairly ready to compete in the high-end smartphone market. The listed prototype is called Motorola XT1650 which features some impressive specifications like a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset that comes coupled with 4GB of RAM. This is what makes the device put up among the high-end smartphones in the market right now. Apparently, in the the Single-Core test, the Motorola XT1650 has managed to score 2,309 and 5,344 in the Multi-Core test. This ends any doubt on the performance of the device since the scores are quiet in line with high-end smartphones. Also see: Asus Zenfone Go 4.5 2nd Gen Launched At Rs. 5,299 Lenovo has acquired Motorola from Google back in October of 2014. As far as we are aware, the official announcement of the Motorola Moto X (2016) is going to be made in on June 9. A couple of weeks ago, the news was confirmed by Lenovo’s Chief Executive. It’s probably worth noting that Google plans to unveil the next iteration of their mobile operating system at the Google I/O conference that’ll start from 18th May. With this, its pretty clear, that both the device (Moto X 2016 version) and the operating system will come out at around the same time.