Images of a Hypothetical Moto X + 1 Filter New

The Moto x + 1 It is one of the terminals more anticipation is causing: the success of the Moto X was discreet, but those who have had it awhile confirm that you it’s one of the coolest smartphones of the past months. Will his successor maintain that quality?

That will have to check it once this smartphone, which now are supposedly new images that are certainly consistent with the design of the Motorola line. The device is according to all the rumors a larger and improved its predecessor version, and it is likely that does not take much to see it officially presented.

In fact, Moto X was filed on August 1, 2013, and the cycle of annual renewal of many manufacturers seem to have been fulfilled. The leaked images show the confirmation of the design language that was used with its predecessor, and that highlights the rear housing of wood and two huge circles that are home to the camera and the Motorola logo. We previously discussed the specifications that are expected from this terminal, and they seem quite likely:

  • 5.1 inch screen with resolution FullHD (1080 p)
  • Quad – core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 32 GB of storage
  • 2,900 mAh battery
  • Rear 12 Mpixel camera
  • Front 5 Mpixel camera

Sources who have leaked the images indicate that the rear casing is not replaceable, and that also will arrive with options in skin with colors like blue or purple. The ‘conventional’ shells will be the white and black plastic, while options with wood will complete the set of customization options.

Although the terminal will use plastic, wood and faux fur in its front and back depending on the model chosen, There is a framework that covers the sides and top and bottom and is made with aluminum, something that has already become popular in other terminals and which gives it a plus in terms of Premium finishes.

Data are not about price or availability, but recent rumors suggest a release that could occur in conjunction with the intelligent clock Moto Motorola 360. If so, it is likely that we will have to wait for the return of the summer to see both solutions in action.