By Stephen Schenck | October 8, 2013 2:36 PM
We’ve been talking about Motorola’s so-called DVX for months now, with the rumors dating all the way back to June. The phone’s been described as a seriously budget priced model in the style of the Moto X, but even though we’ve seen the handset swing by the FCC and pose for a few photos, we’ve lacked any real understanding of what sort of internal hardware to expect. If a new report can be trusted, the DVX could have more in common with the Moto X than just its external look.
Supposedly, the DVX would be powered by the same Snapdragon S4 Pro-based X8 system used in the Moto X. Unlike the Moto X with its 4.7-inch 720p OLED display, the DVX may get a 4.5-inch LCD, but there’s no word on resolution. Just because there’s a smaller display, don’t necessarily expect to see Motorola release a physically more compact handset; apparently, the DVX’s bezels are noticeably larger than the Moto X’s.
We also hear a little about pricing, with the suggestion that the DVX could sell for what works out to something in the $200 to $250 range. Finally, there’s word that dual-SIM capabilities are planned, but it’s not clear if that would be available on every DVX, or just a specific variant.