Moto X (2017) has been rounds of leaks for a while now, but it seems that we might have seen the official render of the upcoming device. A recently posted video by Motorola, celebrating company’s 44 years in telecom and handset space, shows a glimpse of the unannounced Moto smartphone, which could be the Moto X (2017).
The alleged blue-coloured smartphone resembles Moto G5, however, there are some stark differences. To start with, the antenna lines at the top and bottom of the phone’s back is different to what we have seen in Moto G5. Further, there is a rear-mounted speaker, which further hints that the device would be the rumoured Moto X (2017). However, the smartphone boasts a single rear camera, as opposed to the recently leaked photos that suggest a dual-camera setup at the back.
As far we know, the smartphone would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. The device will be backed by a 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, however, the company might introduce different memory variants as well. The smartphone is said to sport a 5.5-inch display, though the resolution of the screen is unknown at the moment. The smartphone is touted to come with a dual-camera setup and will don a metal unibody, crafted in the lines of recently-launched Moto G5 Plus. At the front, there is a fingerprint scanner and navigation controls are on-screen.
However, the company has not spilt some beans about the upcoming device, but sooner or later, there will be more information available about the Moto X (2017). So, stay tuned with us.