Latest Moto X pic may reveal fully-assembled handset


For the past few weeks, up until today’s official announcement, the Nokia Lumia 1020 had been the subject of the majority of leaks stemming from Windows Phone devices. In that sense, its Android equivalent is arguably the Moto X, which has been dominating the leaks for its own platform as of late. We’ve already had a number of looks at what sure seems to be final retail hardware, and today we may have another to add to that group.

Here we have what sure looks like a fully-assembled Moto X. The pieces match what we’ve already seen, like someone snapped together the parts we looked at a little earlier this week.

But still… something seems the slightest bit off here. At the moment it may be little more than a hunch, but when we first saw this image our initial thought was “that looks like a (high-quality) homemade render.” Maybe it’s the way the light strikes the black matte finish, but this guy makes us a little uneasy. Something about the camera, as well, doesn’t quite ring true.

Maybe we’re just being paranoid – and anyway, if this isn’t a real image, it sure does largely look how we expect the Moto X to arrive.

Source: Weibo
Via: Android Central

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