A new Motorola smartphone has been certified by China's TENAA. Listed as Moto XT1799-2, the device sports a 5.2-inch Full HD display, and comes in 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB memory configurations.
The listing also reveals an SoC with dual-core, 1.5GHz processor. That probably is a typo, though, as there are no dual-core chipsets for Android handsets these days. It could be a reference to the number of clusters or to the big cores in some 6-core or 10-core setup.
Anyway, there's an 8MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. Measuring 150×73.5×8.2mm and weighing in at 157g, the handset packs a 2,810mAh battery. Available color options for the device include black, pink, and silver.
....and that's how motorola fades away for good. "Good job" Levono.
The problem I see is phones that are not launched with Android O are not required to support Project Treble. Which means one OS upgrade and that's it. Given that Andoird O has been available for testing for half a year, there's no excuse to launch ...