New Images of the Moto X+1 Surface
Motorola made waves last year with its competitively priced Moto X and it MotoMaker customisations which made the device both personal and accessible to the masses. It looks like Motorola may be building up to doing just that. News and leaks of the manufacturers possible follow up to the Motorola Moto X, the Moto X+1, have been making its rounds in the rumour mill garnering some buzz. This time, images of a supposed unit of the Moto X+1 has surfaced.
The Moto X+1 images show a device which is undoubtedly taking its cues from the Moto X, with a wooden back. The device has the signature logo on the back just underneath the camera. As rumoured earlier, the device’s camera unit looks large and has a unique arrangement for the flash. The dual LED flash module of the Moto X+1 is no longer beside the camera unit but, instead, surrounds the camera. Aside from this, a noticeable difference in the Motorola made Moto X+1 is the two speaker grills on the front of the device, something Motorola has done in the recently released Moto E. Also, the sim tray of the device has been moved to the top of the phone rather than the side as in the Moto X. Other than that, the Moto X+1 seems to look like any other Moto device.
While still unconfirmed, the device seen in the pictures seems to lack support for a microSD card and does not have a removable back. However, rumours surrounding Motorola’s next flagship state that the device will come with 32 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM and a hefty 2,900 mAh battery. In addition, the display is rumoured to be a FullHD 1080p display. The device is also rumoured to run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Quad Core processor with Motorola’s X8 configuration, something which shone through in the Moto X.