A new leak has shown us what could well be Motorola’s upcoming flagship smartphone, which has been making the rounds so far as the Moto X+1. Although the image is quite blurry, we can ascertain that this is a new device enclosed in a protective covering, which is usually the case when manufacturers don’t want to reveal an upcoming handset.
We can notice that the smartphone has software keys on the bottom, much like the Moto X, Moto G and the Moto E, so we’re guessing it will run a relatively stock version of Android. Apart from this, there’s not much to tell about the smartphone really as most of its body is hidden beneath the protective shell.
Evleaks claims that the image was taken from a Chicago Transit Authority train, which means it was caught in public, thus explaining why it’s covered by a case. It’s hard to ascertain as to how large the display on this smartphone is, but we’re guessing it’s somewhere close to 5 inches which will be an upgrade from the Moto X as it packs a 4.7 inch screen. Previous leaks have supported this theory as well.