Motorola Athena specifications spotted on Google Play Console and Geekbench

Motorola Athena specs may include an HD+ waterdrop display and Snapdragon 662 chipset.

Highlights
  • Motorola Athena specs revealed via Google Play Console listing and Geekbench
  • The handset could ship with Snapdragon 662 SoC, 4GB RAM, and more
  • Motorola Athena launch date is yet to be revealed

Motorola Athena launch seems to be nearing as the smartphone has appeared on the Google Play Console listing, Play support page and Geekbench. It seems the Lenovo-owned brand is prepping to release Athena, Capri, Capri Plus, Neo, and Ibiza phones in the coming months. Motorola Athena specs have now been spotted by MySmartPrice on the Google Play Console and Geekbench, thereby revealing quite a good deal about the device. The Google Play Console listing also has a render that shows off the display of the Motorola phone. It has a tiny waterdrop notch and a sizeable chin.

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Motorola Athena Geekbench
Motorola Athena Google Play Console
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According to the Google Play Console listing, the Motorola Athena specs will include an HD+ display and 1,600 X 720 pixels resolution. The phone is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC paired with Adreno 610 GPU and 4GB RAM.

Motorola Athen Specs

The handset is likely to run on Android 10 OS, probably with close to stock UI on top. It is likely to have the codename Bathena. The handset is also listed as Geekbench V4.3.2 with the codename ‘Motorola Defy’. The listing re-confirms the specifications. It has managed to score 1523 points in the single-core round and 5727 points in the multi-core test. However, the Geekbench V5 scores should be lightly lower.

Motorola Athena Google Play Support

The Google Play Support listing suggests the Motorola Defy and Bathena indeed belong to Athena. It’s possible Motorola Athena could be the actual marketing name of the phone and the other two (Defy and Bathena) are codenames. That’s pretty much everything we could gather about the upcoming Motorola phone but since it started appearing on the web, we hope to learn more details soon.