Motorola Gets FCC Certification For a Device with Code Number 3578; Could Be the Google Nexus X or the Moto X+1
Yesterday, on August 28, a new Motorola device dubbed 3578 received certification from FCC, a product that looks to be either Moto X+1, either a device developed for Google, more precisely as a Nexus X smartphone. We get to know the fact that this phone received certification for WiFi, LTE, Bluetooth and NFC.
Unfortunately, this certification doesn’t reveal any of the possible specs of the device in case, so we need to wait and see what Motorola prepares for us. However, looking at a previous leak, the Motorola 3578 could be a device called XT1100 that will arrive on the market as Nexus X.
Nexus X will be a phablet device that will bring in the package a 5.9-inch Quad HD display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, a 13-megapixel main camera with OIS, a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera and the latest version of Android. If Motorola 3578 will be indeed the Nexus X or the Moto X+1 it remains to see.