Recently, there are already a handful of unofficial information about a few unannounced Motorola devices which have been surfacing online – the Droid Turbo and the Nexus 6 Shamu being the two of them. However, the leaking spree is far from over as @evleaks had just posted up the latest leaked Motorola Moto X+1 image renders.
Following the upcoming Motorola event in Chicago on the 4th of September, several different sources have been posting up leaked photos of the next Motorola flagship, which will allegedly be named Moto X+1. While the device is still labelled as a rumoured device, the recently-retired @evleaks has posted his last leak, which appears to be a render of the Moto X+1.
My retirement gift to you. pic.twitter.com/N2B2Eg6bjz
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 21, 2014
It looks exactly like the photos of the wooden back Motorola device that was posted before and also showcases a black version, which could possibly be made of leather. Based on the renders, it looks like the dual front-facing speaker design has been growing on Motorola as it is now also being featured in the successor of the Moto X ever since the Moto E adopted the design.
At first glance, it seems as though the Moto X+1 does not have a camera flash module, but Motorola has taken a fresh approach on camera flash modules by featuring a dual flash design that incorporates its LEDs directly into a reflective ring surrounding the camera lens of the device. We are not sure if this would improve the quality of photos taken with flash, but it definitely looks cool, nonetheless.
The device is rumoured to be featured in Motorola’s 4th of September event, and is said to be exclusive to US carrier Verizon. Given that the previously US exclusive Moto X had made its way to Malaysian markets, it may very well be that the new Moto X+1 could end up here in the country as well.