Motorola is heavily churned by the rumor mills for the launch of the Moto X+1 smartphone that is the successor of the yesteryear flagship model Moto X. The handset has been leaking every now and then, but it is going to be a spectacular vision to witness its real picture.
The Twitter bound leakster @evleaks has leaked a blurry picture of the Moto X+1 clad in a dummy case that is used for masking the unreleased smartphones. Of course, the image does not reveal details on the looks, but the source mentions interesting information. It appears like the sequel to the 4.7 inch Moto X will come fitted with a larger 5 inch display onboard.
While nothing much is revealed by the Twitter user regarding the specifications or features, the rumors suggest that the Moto X+1 could include a FHD 1080p display as the other flagship models and come with a quad-core Snapdragon 800 SoC clocked at 2.3 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage space and a 12 MP primary camera at the back. These specifications have been let out by the pre-production benchmarks and other sources, but we need to wait until Motorola announces the handset officially to know what it could boast of.