Moto X Shown In Four Newly Leaked Images & showing possible hardware specs March 2017

Moto X Shown In Four Newly Leaked Images & showing possible hardware specs March 2017

Four new real-life images of the rumored Moto X (2017) have been leaked online by hellomotoHK, a known industry insider and source of numerous smartphone-related leaks. The images originally appeared on Google+ in a post that has been deleted in the meantime, but not before the photographs were copied and started circulating the World Wide Web. The device depicted in the leaks is sporting a curved metal body and a dual camera setup with antenna bands on both the top and bottom of its back panel, so it’s seemingly sharing some design features with both the Moto G5 and the Moto Z lineup. The top bezel of the smartphone has Moto’s recognizable branding, while the device itself looks similar, but not quite identical to another supposed depiction of the Moto X (2017) that surfaced online in late 2016.


The new leaks, which were posted on Google+ by Jerry Yin, seem to show that the phone will have a metal body, a dual rear camera setup, and a fingerprint sensor on the front. One of the leaked images shows that inside, the phone will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, along with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of on-board storage.

According to the same source and one photograph of the phone’s Recovery Mode, the handset features a 5.5-inch display panel and is fueled by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 system-on-chip (SoC) and 3GB of RAM, in addition to sporting 32GB of internal storage. Finally, the newly leaked images suggest that the Moto X (2017) won’t support Moto Mods as it obviously lacks the VBUS pins on its back panel. All four images of what’s said to be the latest addition to the Moto X lineup can be seen below.

Motorola launched the latest versions of the Moto X family of phones in the fall of 2015, so it’s been well over a year of waiting for Motorola to launch a successor. In 2016, the company decided to give its flagship models over to the Moto Z family of phones, with its support of the Moto Mods accessories. There’s no word on when we can expect the Moto X 2017 to launch.
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