New purported images of the Moto X get spotted

Posted on Jul 7 2013 - 11:56pm by Melissa

More photos of the Motorola Moto X smartphone have been allegedly leaked. This time, the photos are supposedly of the smartphone’s front and rear panels. There appears to be two sets of these panels, one black, and the other white. Curiously, the two front panels are slightly different. The black front panel comes with the new Motorola logo on the upper left corner, whereas the white front panel does not. The white front panel also comes with a hole near the bottom part of the display. There is no telling whether the black front panel shows the same hole, since the photo for such panel does not show the panel in its entirety. Both, however, show a space for the front camera, sensors, and speaker.

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Meanwhile, on the rear panels, the Motorola logo, and a space for the camera and the flash are seen.

These images were first published by G for Games, which unfortunately, does not provide its source. However, it does mention that the images come from separate sources.

Both of the front and rear panels have been photographed before. Some of these, such as the one said to have been from Vietnam, one which appeared late last month, as well as the handset leaked by @evleaks called the XFON ATT, seem to be similar with these new images. However, they also appear to resemble the purported leaked images of the Motorola Droid Ultra and the Motorola Droid MAXX, which also surfaced in leaks recently.

It is already expected that the smartphone will come in black as well as white, along with other colors like blue, green, pink, and purple, for those who want a more personalized handset.

Meanwhile, a report from CNET says that the smartphone will not be announced during the Motorola event scheduled this week, despite what other rumors may have suggested.

Just last week, an ad teasing the upcoming smartphone appeared in several publications. Some details regarding its customization features have supposedly been divulged, as well.

via talkandroid, cnet,

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