Moto X+1 with Wooden Back Surfaces Online Revealing Alleged Design Language

By | July 26, 2014

Rumors are rife regarding the Moto X+1 smartphone for quite sometime. Now, the live images of the alleged Moto X sequel have hit the web tipping the customization options in the handset.

Well, it is AndroidPolice that has received the live images of the handset and it claims that this is the near final prototype of the Moto X+1. The design of the handset appears to match the renders that were leaked last month. The design of the handset as seen in the image includes a large earpiece grill alongside a loudspeaker grill at the front similar to the design language of the Moto E.

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This design appears to be similar to the one that was speculated to be featured by the Moto G2 smartphone that got leaked sometime back. The plastic back of the handset features the Motorola logo and it appears to have a wooden surface instead of the wooden variant of its predecessor, Moto X+1. Furthermore, the handset has a unique arrangement for the dual LED flash on either sides of the primary camera.

Going by these images, the sides of the Moto X+1 is made of aluminum and the metal does not extend to the front or back panels. The SIM card slot is at the top as in the Moto X and it is believed to feature a 5.1 inch FHD 1080p display and utilize a Snapdragon 800 SoC paired with 2 GB of RAM. Other specifications onboard are claimed to be a 12 MP primary snapper teamed up with a 5 MP front-facer, an internal storage capacity of 32 GB without provision for expandable storage and a 2,900 mAh battery energizing it from within.

Previous reports suggest that the Moto X+1 will be going official sometime in August alongside the Moto 360 smartwatch featuring a radial design and ambient light sensor.

Author: Abhinaya Prabhu

Abhinaya Prabhu, is an experienced writer and a Gadgets Critic. She has a decent amount of experience working with some of the best technology portals around the world. Abhinaya handles the rumors and latest updates section on The Tech Bulletin.