Over the last few months there’s been a number of rumours about the Moto X+1, and now those rumours have developed to the leak of a new press shot that reportedly shows off the device ahead of its announcement.
The photo was leaked by the usual suspect, @evleaks, and reportedly shows the device within a protective shell, which is a bit of a shame as it means we can’t really see anything aside from the front of the device.
The front of the device does however show us that there will be no buttons on the front, and although the screen size cannot be determined from a photo, we can tell its not going to be one of the largest displays, that is despite rumours which state that the phone will feature a 1080p Full HD display.
Rumours also suggest that the handset will come with 2GB of RAM, and either 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of built-in storage.
So far we can also say that it might also feature a microSD card slot, and the same customisation options as the Moto X, but now with the addition of the choice of leather.
However so far that’s all just a rumour, for the official stuff you will just have to come back.