A new Motorola phone has been spotted at Geekbench, and many experts believe that it could be the upcoming "Moto Z (2017)." Based on the Geekbench listing, it seems like the new phone have pretty great specs.

Geekbench benchmark listing shows a new Moto handset dubbed as "Motorola XT1650" - the handset that's thought to be the "Moto Z (2017)." When "Moto Z" was launched in June, it had the same model number as the alleged "Moto Z (2017)." The new phone, according to Gadgets 360, will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM. It will also run Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Android Headlines reported that as far as benchmark scores, Snapdragon 835-powered devices scores well. It has an impressive 1,930 points for the single core test and 6,207 points on the multi-core test. This score is higher as compared to the expected Xiaomi MIX Evo with the same chipset.

The last "Moto Z" was released months ago, and for the "Moto Z (2017)," no additional information about the spec is available as of yet, and the Geekbench listing may seem to be just a prototype device. But fans who have been waiting for a follow up don't want to give up on the thought just yet.

Lenovo has not made a confirmation as to the launch of "Moto Z (2017)." They did confirm though that the second generation Moto Z smartphone would also have modular functionality, which means that currently available "Moto Mods" would be compatible with the "Moto Z (2017)."

The Geekbench listing doesn't reveal more details about "Moto Z (2017)" unfortunately, but many say that the leak indicates that Lenovo is really already working on the device. But then again, no official confirmation has been released about the new phone, but we will definitely keep you posted.