Cast your mind back to the end of last month and you may recall Motorola finally confirming the existence of the Moto X, promising a launch over the summer and a number of interesting innovations.
Nothing was said about the hardware spec, though, and now we can hazard a guess as to why not: simply put, it's nothing to write home about.
The largely reliable @evleaks has taken to Twitter to reveal a bunch of unremarkable specs it claims belong to the Moto X, and it's a bit... average.
A dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor running at 1.7GHz kicks things off, while the screen resolution is listed as 720p, though the size isn't mentioned so we can't comment on pixel density.
Other specs given include 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 10MP/2MP camera combo and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Now a smartphone is by no means just a sum of its parts, and both Google and Motorola have hinted at some promising-sounding features.
But in truth if this were any other smartphone, we'd be classing this list of credentials under the heading “nothing special” and moving swiftly on. Besides, until we have some concrete details about those interesting new features, this spec list is all we've got.
So what will the Moto X's “hook” be? Well it won't be pure performance, and there's no sign it'll be groundbreaking in the design department either. Innovative features will certainly help, as will aggressive pricing. But it's a long way from the 128GB of storage, flexible screen and multiple-choice components we've heard rumours about in the past.