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Moto G Titan & Moto E Styx Specs, Price Leaked By Argos

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Two unannounced Motorola smartphones, the Moto G Titan and Moto E Styx, suddenly appeared on a UK retail site (Image via Wikimedia Commons)

A couple of new, undisclosed devices from Motorola has recently made the rounds in the tech rumor mill. The two devices, with reportedly mediocre specs but both support fast LTE networks, are called Moto G Titan and Moto E Styx. Find out more about these rumored models below.

The source

Argos is an online retail website based on the United Kingdom. This past weekend, it had been the unlikely source of two unannounced models from Motorola Mobility, a company now owned by China-based Lenovo. The sudden appearance of devices is first noticed and reported on by GSMArena. The Moto G Titan and Moto E Styx handsets are treated with separate listings (see below) indicating some of their specs and even their price.

Moto G Titan and Moto E Styx specs

The Moto G Titan is appears to have almost the same specs with the second-generation Moto G. The only meaningful difference is that the former now offers support for fast 4G LTE networks. As such, it is equipped with a 5-inch display with 1280×728 resolution (which is probably just an error as the standard Moto G has 1280×720), a quad-core processor, 8GB of built-in memory and an 8-megapixel main camera.

As you may have already guessed, the Moto E Styx looks just like the Moto E with an added LTE connectivity. Under the hood, you may find a quad-core processor and the latest Android Lollipop operating system.

Two LTE-enabled devices, Moto G Titan & Moto E Styx, are inadvertently leaked by Argos (Image courtesy of Argos.co.uk)

Two LTE-enabled devices, Moto G Titan & Moto E Styx, are inadvertently leaked by Argos (Image courtesy of Argos.co.uk)

Price and availability

The Argos listings tagged the SIM-free version of the Moto G Titan with a ?159.95 price, or about $242. Meanwhile, the less powerful Moto E Styx is set to be offered for ?109.95 (approximately $167). Since the devices have already paid a visit on a major European retailer, we can expect that Motorola will make them official in the next few weeks.

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Photo Credit: ?By Motorola Mobility LLC [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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