If the Motorola Moto X’s August release last year is anything to go by, its successor, rumoured to be called the Motorola Moto X+1, should be released within the next month or so. Accordingly, the number of leaked sightings of the device has increased, and today we get a really nice look at it from all sides courtesy of Android Police (for even more pictures, hit the source link below). As expected, it’s looking a lot like the original Moto X, and looks like the Moto X+1 will also be available with wood back covers as shown in today’s pictures.
Notable differences on the Moto X+1 include the addition of a speaker on the bottom edge of the front face, giving the Moto X+1 a dual speaker arrangement. This additional speaker on the front appears to have replaced the speaker which resided on the back of the Moto X as there is no speaker grille on the wooden back cover. The leak also reports that the edge around the sides of the device are actually going to be alumnium, for those who like the metallic feeling. Previous rumours about the Moto X+1 say that the device is likely going to be 5.1-inches with a 1080p display and a Snapdragon 800 processor, and based on its predecessor’s performance, should be a very zippy device.
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