Unannounced Motorola Device Appears on the Subway of Chicago

According to Evleaks, the image above was taken from a subway in Chicago which shows an unannounced Motorola device. According to his tipster, it looks like it's at least 5-inches. It also appears to be in a big case, which is to hide away the design of the device. You typically see that with high-profile devices like the Galaxy S5, G3, HTC One M8, iPhone 6, etc. It looks like Motorola stuck with the on-screen buttons for this device.

Now we don't know if this is a new Moto X, that will be the Moto X+1 or if it's a new DROID or a completely new device altogether. However, we are beginning to see more and more leaks for the Moto X+1, so that means we should be close to an announcement now. Especially now that LG has gotten theirs out of the way, it's almost time to turn to Motorola for their  2014 flagship. We've seen hints on the MotoMaker website that the Moto X+1 is going to be heading to all four major carriers - Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon - but nothing else really just yet. Which is quite different from last year, where we were seeing so many leaks that they were coming out over a year before the device was announced.

The Moto X was pretty popular last year. Although the specs and price were underwhelming. Hopefully, if Motorola does decide to go with lower specs again, they will keep the price a bit low, and I'm sure they'll sell a ton. I loved the Moto X, however the KitKat update pretty much killed the battery life on the Moto X and so far they've been unable to fix it. How many of you are interested in the Moto X+1? Let us know in the comments below.

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