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Sep 1, 2014

New Leaked Moto X+1 Photos Emerge Ahead of Official Launch

Mobile phone maker Motorola has been long rumored to plan the release of a successor to the Moto X handset in the not-too-distant future, and leaked images with the device are now available for your viewing pleasure.

The leaked photos with the smartphone have made it online courtesy of tktechnews.com, which has already revealed a great deal of details on Motorola’s upcoming device. The new images with the phone offer us a better look at its back screen and at its back plate (which is made out of wood in this case). Moreover, the news site notes that the big Motorola logo on the back of the device is actually a Power Button, and that it can also be used to perform various actions within applications. The same as Moto X, the upcoming handset will provide users with the possibility of selecting from a variety of materials when it comes to the phone’s back cover. Apparently, the device will land on shelves with an Aluminum frame, but will also be built using Wood, Plastic, Leather, and Denim.

A future version of the device will be designed completely out of carbon fiber, it seems. However, this model is expected to be a Verizon exclusive for the holiday season. The aforementioned news site also notes that Moto X+1 will bring back the Moto App to the home screen, which means that the handset will feature Moto Aware. One other thing that they note is the fact that the handset will feature 4 sensors on the front, though their exact functionality is not known for the time being. Apparently, these sensors could be related to Moto Aware and Moto 360, but some sources suggest that they might be 3D sensors, designed to ensure a great viewing experience on the phone’s screen regardless of the viewing angle.

Motorola has already announced plans to host a press event on September 4, and the new Moto X+1 is expected to debut there, along with the Moto G2 smartphone. However, the mobile phone maker hasn’t provided an official confirmation on the matter as of now, and the hardware specs of both devices remain only in the rumor stage as of now. The actual name for the new Moto X+1 hasn’t been confirmed yet either, and it remains to be seen whether it will indeed be called this way, especially with some other reports claiming that it will arrive on shelves as “the new Moto X.” According to a leaked screenshot that emerged on Phandroid, the phone will be sold via the Moto Maker portal, the same as its predecessor, and will arrive at both AT&T and Verizon right from the beginning.

Leaked Moto X+1 photos
Images credits to TKtechNews


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