Jun 29, 2015

Motorola XT1585 Kinzie: a smartphone with 5.5-inch qHD display and 810 Snapdragron overview of a benchmark

The characteristics of a new high-end smartphone manufactured by Motorola seem to have leaked a benchmark. So upscale that it would be even superior in performance to the Moto X this year. Bad news, however: it should be reserved for the United States. Motorola could get us a third high-end smartphone this year, after the Moto X and Moto G third generation. However, do not rejoice too quickly as it should be marketed only in the US operator Verizon.

The Motorola XT1585 Kinzie is its code name, has made about for the first time last month , alongside what could be the Moto X (3rd Gen.) and another smartphone yet formalized , known under the name "Clark," which seems to have been sidelined since the Motorola roadmap 2015. But it always seems Kinzie XT1585 on track, since it just made its appearance on GFXBench , which reveals the passage characteristics.



The Motorola XT1585 Kinzie thus have a screen of 5.5 inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) and is powered by a 64-bit SoC octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 2 GHz. Hopefully for this model, it is not affected by the overheating problems experienced by other smartphones that integrate the processor.

Also note the presence of a GPU Adreno 430, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. Be aware that the space available would be limited to only 21 GB. GFXBench mentions no MicroSD slot, but it is so far impossible to confirm or deny its presence in the smartphone.

The Motorola XT1585 Kinzie should also carry a back sensor 20 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash and the ability to shoot in 4K, while in front it would have a 5-megapixel sensor. Everything should run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, ie currently the latest version of the mobile OS from Google.

As we said earlier, we should not see this happen to the rest of the world, since it should only be available in the US operator Verizon. Too bad because it looks even better with the Moto X third generation from what the rumors say. It only remains to hope that Motorola changed its mind to get us out a global version of this XT1585 Kinzie.
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