From the front-side renderings of the Moto X+1 we can see that has adopted some of the Moto E's styling including dual speaker grills. Around back there's a bit less going aside from a large porthole window for the camera.
Curiously there's no cut out for the handset's built-in flash but this could have been a simple omission. There are also two holes that could be for the phone's microphones and its always-on voice command features.
I really want to know who are you?
The device also appears to have a longer chin than compared to the last few images we saw on June 16.
Because of these discrepancies we're going to take an extra grain of salt with these new images, which could just be photoshopped of the Moto E, especially as it seems to be running a fully stock version of Android KitKat despite Lenovo scooping up Motorola.
While we're not entirely certain if this is the real Moto X+1 pictured above, more credible reports have said the Motorola next handset will have considerable upgrades including a larger 5.2-inch display and Kevlar-patterned back.
The Moto X+1 could come with a bigger 1920 x 1080 resolution screen, two full gigabytes of RAM, and a more substantial Snapdragon 800. Word on the internet street also suggests Motorola is planning a premium model complete with 64GB and MicroSD slot.