The alleged pictures of Moto X 2017 have been leaked with model number XT1805 and XT1806. With the leakage of the images, we can infer that the Moot X 2017 will hit retail shelves within the next few days.
A total of five images has been leaked via Slashleaks. The first image features display in the blue background with the Android logo alongside the phrase “Powered by Android”. The device has been switched on before capturing the image.
The second image showcases the shiny display coupled with content in Chinese on the bottom left side. We can also see one line of content on the top side of the display. We feel that Motorola has infused a protective cover on the display with the required specifications.
In the third image, you will be able to visualize the rear side consisting of a large camera sensor and the required CE numbering, which is CE0168. Towards the middle, you will be able to see the traditional logo of Motorola.
We can also see few erased portion in white color. The highlight of the rear side is the addition of a large camera portion. We expect a dual camera inside it although we can’t confirm its presence.
The fourth image reveals the bottom portion with speaker grills, charging port and a small tiny port. There are five holes on the speaker grill. You can expect great sound from the speaker holes.
We expect the addition of a Dolby audio technology. We are not sure about the purpose of the hole, which looks very small.
The final picture reveals the headphone port. We are unable to find any other port on the row. The user is holding the phone in a unique angle and we can also spot the camera sensor.
On the specifications front, the Moto X 2017 will feature a Snapdragon 625 processor, Adreno 506 graphics processor, 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage, 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage, 13MP dual rear camera, 8MP front-facing snapper loaded with Android Nougat.
The phone will ship with a LED Flash on the front, which helps you to capture bright selfies even in low-lighting conditions.Based on the leaked images, we can conclude that the design looks identical to that of the currently available Moto G smartphones.