Purported Images of Moto X (2017) Leak Online Showing Off a Metal Body

The 2017 Moto X will sport metal body!

    Last month, the roadmap of the Lenovo-owned Motorola was leaked online confirming the news that all the Lenovo phones in future will be released under Moto branding.

    Purported Images of Moto X (2017) Leak Online Showing Off a Metal Body

    The same roadmap revealed that the Moto X and Moto M would be released under the Lenovo branding. Several people will be wondering on which phone will be launched under which brand! Well, here's the answer. The Moto M was ironically branded as a typical Moto phone will all the logos being the Motorola one's on the phone, however, when looking at the box of the phone, you can see a Lenovo text written on it.

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    And today, we have the real life image of the upcoming Moto X (2017), and it boasts of the all-metal body, same as the recently launched Motorola Moto M. Having said that, the phone looks quite similar to this year's Moto Z series of smartphones.

    Purported Images of Moto X (2017) Leak Online Showing Off a Metal Body

    On the rear, the phone has the same bumped out Saturn ring along with Motorola's trademark dimple of 'M' just below the camera. On the front side, there is a fingerprint sensor and it might also get a front-facing flash as Moto Z Play. As of now, there are no words on hardware specifications of the Moto X (2017), but looking at the images, it might get a 5-inch screen.

    Also, no words on when the smartphone will be launched to the public, but we are expecting it to be unveiled at the MWC 2017 along with some other Motorola phones.

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