Motorola has been careless enough to reveal more details on its website about its upcoming Moto X+1 flagship handsets, shortly after it confirmed the phone’s name on a MotoMaker page. Droid-Life has found more evidence that suggests the Moto X+1 will be soon launched, including carriers mentions, as well as leather options for the phones rear case.

An image posted on a page that’s no longer available on Motorola’s website shows a phone alongside a message that confirms the “Moto X+1 for AT&T” will cost $400, likely without a contract.

The phone in the picture above appears to be the Moto X rather than its successor. In addition to AT&T, similar references for Verizon and Sprint have also been found. It’s not clear at this time whether T-Mobile will sell this Moto X version or not.

The publication has further discovered that the Moto X+1 will have black, blue, grey and red leather options. However, actual specs for the handset have not been discovered.

Motorola is expected to unveil new devices next week, during a special media event, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see it announce both a new flagship handset (the Moto X+1) and a new affordable device, that’ll reportedly be even cheaper than its previous offering (the Moto E).

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