Moto X+1 leaked photos and specifications before release

Motorola which has had great success after the release of its flagship device the Moto X is which was launched around August last year is going to come out with its next successor named the Moto X+1 which Android Police have released some photos of stating it to be the pre production model of the device.

There have been many rumors about the presence of speakers on the bottom of the screen on the front and the absence of capacitive buttons on the device. All these seem to be true if we look at the device which was leaked recently which we have shown below.

The presence of an aluminum type frame around the side of the device. The device on display has an aluminum frame surrounding the device and the back of the device shoes the distinctive wodden back which was seen in Moto X.

Moto X+1 specifications and release date

The rumored specifications of Moto X+1 as of now are as follows:

As seen in the rumors the device will be sporting a 5.2 inch 1920 x 1080 resolutions screen comapred to the 5.1 inch seen in  Moto X. The processor is rumored to be Snapdragon 800 with 2 GB of RAM. The rear camera will be 12 Mega Pixels and the front camera could be a 5 Megapixel one following the trend with other devices. There is rumored to be a microSD card slot in Moto X+1 which was absent in Moto X. The device will be having two variants the 24 GB  model and the 64 Model which is supposed to be having the microSD card slot which is not confirmed yet.

Voice activated Google Now without touching your device has been the trademark of the success of Moto X along with the 25 types of customization options and we hope the same can be seen in Moto X+1 as well and hope that there are some more improvements or additions in this device to stay ahead of the competition.

The release date of Moto X+1 will be in August and the exact date is not yet confirmed by the company. The Moto X was released in Aug 2013 so we are expecting a release around this time. The pricing of the device is also not confirmed yet.


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