Motorola Capri Plus appears on Geekbench alongside rumored Motorola Nio
About two weeks ago we reported on Motorola’s upcoming Capri smartphone (model numbers XT2127-1/XT2127-2) which appeared on several certification agencies. Now we have more intel on its more powerful counterpart dubbed Capri Plus and bearing the XT2129-3 model number as it popped up in a Geekbench listing. The new Capri series phones are expected to be part of either the Moto E or Moto G lineups.
The new Geekbench test run reveals Lenovo branding and scores of 306 points in the single-core department and 1,258 points on the multi-core test. It appears the device is powered by the Snapdragon 662 chipset and 4GB RAM while booting Android 11. German publication Technick News reports that the Capri Plus will arrive with a 90Hz display with HD+ resolution and waterdrop notch, 4/64GB and 4/128GB memory variants and a 64MP primary camera. Its also expected to pack a 13MP ultrawide sensor and a 2MP depth helper around the back.
The vanilla Capri is expected to pack a 60Hz display of HD+ resolution and will likely be powered by the Snapdragon 460 chipset. It should come in a single 4/64GB trim with a 5,000 mAh battery with 19W fast charging. We’re expecting a quad-camera setup here too but with a 48MP primary shooter next to an 8MP ultrawide lens and two 2MP sensors for macro shots and depth data.
In semi-related news, the long-expected Motorola device bearing the Nio codename and rumored to pack the Snapdragon 865 chipset and a 6.7-inch 105Hz display was also spotted in a Geekbench listing.
The device bearing the XT2125-4 model number managed a respectable 958-point performance in the single-core test and 2,969 points on the multi-core thread. It was aided by 8GB RAM and runs Android 11. The Motorola Nio is expected to be unveiled in Q1 of 2021.
I am waiting for Motorola Capri
- 31 Dec 2020
- Motorola User
It would be nice to use Google Pay. I love Motorola, but need this feature in case I forget my wallet.
- 31 Dec 2020
They radically changed their strategy in putting out a new phone everyday but they are duplicating themselves. That's why it's Crap. Better care about updates politics, for older phones toi
- 30 Dec 2020