One of the most hotly anticipated phones of the year will be announced on September 4, and because that date is so close, it’s only natural that we see more and more leaks as we get closer to launch date. Today we’re taking a look at a bombshell of a leak, of what is expected to be the Moto X+1. Learn what these Moto X+1 renders look to confirm.
First of all, we can see the front facing speakers on both the black and white fronts. Apart from that, there’s not much more about the front: there’s a Google Now Launcher-esque launcher, and plenty of things pointing to these renders being of Verizon Wireless phones.
The back is where it gets interesting. There’s no camera flash, or at least that’s what it looks like; could the camera ring be a flash instead? That could be cool. There’s also the same Motorola logo dimple on the back that we loved on the Moto X, and a Verizon logo. We see a regular black back (or could that be leather?) along with a wood back, but not much more info is provided by this leak.
This leak comes to us from the now-retired @evleaks, who is positioning this is as his retirement gift to the world. What a bombshell to leave with, don’t you think? Enjoy your retirement, Evan.