New 'Moto' Handset Leaks, Is This The All-New Moto X?


Lenovo had introduced a number of Moto-branded smartphones this year. The Moto Z and Moto Z Force are the most powerful smartphones that the company had released this year, though the Moto Z Play is also quite compelling. All of these phones are already available in some regions, and all of them are compatible with the company's Moto Mod accessories, which can seriously enhance these smartphones. That being said, it seems like the company is planning to release yet another Moto-branded smartphone, read on.

A new render surfaced online, and it seems to be showing a Moto-branded smartphone, though that's pretty much it. We do get to see the front side of this phone thanks to this image, but the render is not accompanied by any spec info or anything of the sort. Now, interestingly enough, this phone does not sport a physical home button below the display, nor a capacitive one, there is a speaker grill include down there, and there's one above the display as well. Does this mean we'll get a set of front-firing speakers on this smartphone? Well, we sure hope so, though it is possible we'll get one speaker only, and the other grill could be here for esthetic reasons. In any case, this phone looks quite sleek thanks to its slim bezels, especially the ones on the sides. The phone's power / lock and volume rocker keys are placed on the right side of the device, and the power / lock switch is positioned above the phone's volume control buttons. Now, if you take a look at the upper right corner of this image, you'll notice that the LED flash is placed next to the front-facing camera sensor, which is always good to have, of course.

That's pretty much all the info we have at the moment, we'd rather not guess which phone this is, considering this render really does not reveal all that much, but it is possible this is the all-new Moto X, though we could be wrong. In any case, this is either a solid mid-range handset, or a high-end offering by the company, we'll have to wait for more info in order to be sure, though, stay tuned.



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