Moto X (2015) Reportedly To Come With Fingerprint Scanner

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    Last year, Motorola and Google had originally planned to incorporate the fingerprint scanner into the Nexus 6, but couldn't make it at the final launch.

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    Moto X (2015) Reportedly To Come With Fingerprint Scanner

    Motorola is making its flagship smartphone more compatible to rival Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. While the G for Games have managed to get some images of Moto X (2015) showing the next gen smartphone will have a fingerprint scanner.

    SEE ALSO: LG Nexus 5 With Fingerprint Scanner Spotted In Google Developers Video

    The leaked images shows the hardware of the Moto X with some new components with a square cut-out in the chassis for positioning a fingerprint sensor.

    As GizBot mentioned in the earlier report, Motorola will release the Moto X (2015) in two models. One with 5.2 inch and another with 5.7 inch, qHD display panel.

    Motorola will release the smaller version in the international market and is expected to be powered by a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and will run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box.

    SEE ALSO: Google To Add Native Fingerprint Authentication To Upcoming Android M

    As per the rumored specs, it will get either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage. It will also said to have a 16 megapixel rear camera, a 5 megapixel front facing camera and a 3280mAh battery.

    Meanwhile, another version with 5.7 inch display panel will only go on sale in U.S. with Verizon Wireless. But no other details are available about the Verizon-model.

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