We know the next Motorola flagship is coming late this summer, and references on its own website tell us that it will likely bear the name “Moto X+1” — so, now it’s time for the leaks to start flowing. Today, we have video footage of the Moto X+1 booting up, showing off the playful Motorola boot animation.
The boot animation itself shows us tangled yarn, a tomato, pancakes, and more fun Google-esque things, despite the fact that Motorola is soon to be owned by Chinese OEM Lenovo. There are many other circular characters showing up under the Motorola logo, and this boot animation is quite similar to (read: the exact same as) what we’ve seen from its most recent products such as the Moto X, Moto G, and Moto E.
The real story is this. The phone itself is covered by watermarks for the most part — you can see a colored back on the device (long live Moto Maker!), and “MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL PROPERTY” is displayed at the bottom, letting us all know that this is most likely the real deal.
Of course, as with all leaks of this nature, nothing has yet been confirmed and it’s possible that this may indeed be a false alarm.
The source, TK Tech News, promises more is on the way. This is the first video out of five X+1 leaks, and we’ll be sharing any additional ones with you as they cross our desks.
Source: TK Tech News (YouTube)