The Moto X+1 is rumoured to be Motorola’s next flagship device, details of which have only appeared online via a series of different leaks, with no real confirmation or denial from the Chicago company. The latest set of leaks comes from TK Tech News, who have received more information from a source at Motorola who has given them more details and an image of the device. The image, of course, is a little poor quality, but the new information makes this leak a little sweeter.
According to TK Tech News’ source the Moto X+1 is going to have a 5-inch device with a 1080p AMOLED display, it’ll have 2GB RAM but didn’t unveil which processor the company will be going with for the new device. In terms of storage, we’ll have the options of 16, 32, 64GB, and as for design, it’ll look almost the same, but a little thinner and longer to accommodate the larger screen. The source also reveals that it’ll take design inspiration from the Droid Ultra.
Finally the camera is also being worked on, with the source revealing that two different camera configurations are being considered at the moment. As for a release date, we’re looking at very late August to early September depending on the camera configuration the company goes with.
Right now it’s probably best to take this information with a pinch of salt until Morotola actually reveals some more solid information. Earlier this year the company revealed via Twitter that their Moto X refresh will be announced in Summer, so we really don’t have that long to wait until Motorola actually announces something surrounding the Moto X+1.
Also, head through to the source link below for the image which came with the information.