Moto X (2016), Moto G (2016) Images Leaked Sports Metal Body, Coming This July

By Vijaykumar

Back in January, Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang reveled that the company will launch Moto smartphones in the U.S. sometime in mid-July this year. Now, a couple of images of possible Moto device have appeared in a new leak.

Moto X (2016), Moto G (2016) Images Leaked Sports Metal Body

According to the Yang, the upcoming Moto device will be more attractive and innovative than the current Moto smartphones. The company will be launching several Moto devices which will probably include 2016 Moto X and Moto G.

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The images that are leaked by hellomotohk on its Facebook page, reveals Lenovo is indeed working on phones under Moto brand. According to the leaked information, the phones in the images are 2016 edition of Moto X and Moto G.

Moto X (2016), Moto G (2016) Images Leaked Sports Metal Body

The leaked images shows that the possible 2016 edition Moto X and Moto G seem to have a sleek and slim design. The Moto X (2016) seems to have a metal body, while the plastic colored rear back could be the Moto G (2016).

Moto X (2016), Moto G (2016) Images Leaked Sports Metal Body

It looks like Lenovo is keeping the Moto brand name for its high-end lineup. The leaked images not only shows Moto logo similar to the current models but also Lenovo branding at the bottom.

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