We’ve already reported a very mysterious device coming from Motorola, the Motorola Shamu, which is an incredible smartphone in terms of tech specifications. However, the information we had didn’t confirm the phone actually exists. That information changed, however, after the device was listed on an import chart in India. The document shows the Motorola Shamu was brought into the country on the 20th of August for demonstration purposes.
While this leak doesn’t reveal any crucial information, it confirms that the device exists, which is very important. The tech magnate has yet to make a statement about it, but right now all leaks are pointing towards an eventual 2015 release, especially considering the gadget is running the yet-to-be-released Android L.
The Motorola Shamu was imported at a cost of 34,982 rupees, which translates to $578.00. While this may not be the store price when it hits the shelves, it gives us a pretty good idea of how expensive the tech giant’s latest gadget is.
Motorola Shamu is considered to be a very powerful device, packing a 1440 x 2560 display, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor alongside an Adreno 420 GPU. It could sport a pair of stereos on the frontal side of the phone, which is very interesting. It could also sport a 13MP primary shooter, and a 2MP secondary shooter for taking selfies.
We’re hoping the tech giant’s demonstration in India has been quite successful, and we can’t wait to hear more about this device. It seems Motorola is trying to gain the upper hand in the technology business, especially in the wearable tech branch. Their Moto X+1 is one of the most popular devices expected in 2014.
What do you think about the Motorola Shamu? Do you think this device is going to be the star of next year’s smartphone cycle, or do you think another device will take the throne?