Moto X 2017 Leak

Moto X (2017) is one of the much-anticipated smartphones of the year. Lenovo’s Moto series has been quite successful and going well since past couple of years. The Chinese Multinational recently launched its premium flagship, the Moto Z2 Plus, but many eyeballs are already turning to its next year’s flagship, the Moto X (2017), which is expected to go live in sometime next year. While previously, the rumours are indicating Motorola to put a full stop on its popular Moto X series, the latest leak suggested the next handset of Moto X flagship soon.

As per the reports of OppTrends, a spokesperson of Lenovo has confirmed the launch of Moto X (2017) in 2017. However, he didn’t confirm any particular timeline for the official launch and said it could go live in some time of next year.

In reply to the rumours that Motorola has brought up an end to its Moto X series, Lenovo, in June this year confirmed that the Moto X series is still ‘alive & well.’ After the official confirmation, the market was expecting a new Moto X phone to go on sale soon, and a new leak has proved the expectations to be real. Some recently leaked images suggested that Lenovo is gearing up to introduce its next Moto X smartphone in the coming year.

Techdroider has also brought up some of the latest info about the Moto X 2017, which includes a series of pictures. The leaked images are showing the upcoming Moto X 2017 to have an all-metal bodyshell, along with larger rounded camera housing. Moreover, the photos suggested the transmitter relocate like Apple has done with its latest iPhone 7.

In the leaked images, the Moto X 2017 is being shown to have a smoothed and circled camera at the back. The back panel also has the Motorola logo positioned just below to the camera. In the front part, the phone is spotted to have a curved home button. With the silver colour variant, Moto X 2017 is also rumoured to have a gold colour option too.

As nothing is yet officially confirmed about the launch date, price, specs, and features, we would have to hold-up for a new benchmark listing or certified declaration.

Via The TeCake

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