What haven't we seen of Moto X? We have witnessed the Moto X leaks more in numbers if compared to LG's G2 and Samsung's Galaxy Note 3, although they both keep paying visit to online world in forms of image and rumors time to time.
However, here is a latest update on the Motorola's Moto X that comes from the well known and trust worthy leakster @evleaks. The Twitter users who has been keenly taking pleasure in showing us unofficial or alleged images of the unannounced handsets has this time posted a first press images that shows the most leaked handset Moto X in two color variants; Black and White.
The handset is infact, a less than a week away from being announced and we already know most of what is coming withing it. The device has already showed us the software package that involves the gesture controls and all sorts of new features. Moreover, it is also reported that it may come with an optional material for the back panel but will only be available if the device is directly bought from Motorola/Google.
Although, there is no confirmations on the handset coming on color variants but the recent image leak looks pretty much like a one which we will see on August 1 at a special event in New York City.
However, according to the educated guesses drawn from the leaks and rumors, Moto X will be powered by a dual-core Qualcomm S4 Pro MSM8960DT processor clocked to 1.7GHz and would come with an Adreno 320 GPU. The smartphone will also be supported by 2GB RAM. The handset is said to come with a 4.5 inch display without on-screen buttons offering 720x1184 pixels resolution. According to the pictures, Moto X will come with a 10.5MP rear camera with flash and a 2.1MP front-facing camera.
Also confirmed by the FCC documents, it will feature 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi. The handset is also said to run on Android 4.2.2. The smartphone would also come with a16GB internal memory, 12GB of which is user-accessible and NFC support. Eventually, there is a 2,200 mAh non-removable battery confirmed by FCC docs. The handset is said to come without the microSD card slot.
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