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A new leak points to the Snapdragon 662 SoC for the "Motorola Capri Plus"

Motorola's "Capri" may have leaked out again. (Ssurce: TechnikNews)
Motorola's "Capri" may have leaked out again. (Ssurce: TechnikNews)
Motorola is said to be working on upcoming affordable phones with the code-name Capri. This moniker has just popped up again, on Geekbench this time. It hints that this line's Plus variant will be powered by the Snapdragon 662 processor and 4GB of RAM. However, it may have Android 11 out of the box, at least.

As Motorola's next premium phone is currently rumored to be called Nio, it may have additional devices coming up called the Capri and Capri Plus. They are also linked to the model numbers XT2127 and XT2129, the last of which has appeared on Geekbench 5 for the first time.

More specifically, it is called the Lenovo (Motorola's parent company) XT2129-3 on this website. Its page also contains the term caprip as a motherboard identifier. It is joined by 4GB of RAM and an octa-core Qualcomm platform clocked at 1.7GHz.

Those processor-related specs have led to speculation that this SoC is the Snapdragon 662, backed up by the alleged discovery of the Adreno 610 as its GPU. The Capri Plus is also thought to have 64+13+2+2MP rear cameras, and might thus be an extremely affordable option in 2021, even with its rumored 90Hz display.

The "Motorola Capri Plus" on Geekbench. (Source: Geekbench via NashvilleChatter)
The "Motorola Capri Plus" on Geekbench. (Source: Geekbench via NashvilleChatter)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-12-29 (Update: 2020-12-29)
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