Moto X 2016 prototype with metallic body and over-sized camera leaks online

By Sudhiir

Motorola released several phones in 2015. Motorola released the Moto X Play, Moto Style and the Moto G 3rd Generation. Motorola is expanding its reach this year as it plans to release several new phones across categories. Motorola is also increasing its market share. Motorola will launch more smartphones in the Moto X series.

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A leaked image of a Motorola phone suggests that a new version of the Moto X is in the works and could release in 2016. The new phone could join Motorola's bandwagon of smartphones that are already there in the market. The Motorola phone has a metal design. The image that has appeared in cnBeta is unlikely to be a real phone and could be a prototype for the Moto X 2016. The prototype is one of the designs that Motorola will consider for its the upcoming models.

Moto X 2016 prototype with metallic body and over-sized camera leaks
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It can be observed that Motorola has a its signature logo at the center below the camera len. The prototype also has an oversized flash camera lens that is seen in several Motorola devices. Its also likely that the Moto X Play 2016 will have a powerful camera. The lower back has a loud speaker grill. The right side of the device also has a power and lock button with separate volume buttons. Its believed that this prototype is a design that Motorola could possibly consider for the phone next year.


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