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Moto X+1 photos leak alongside dramatically improved specs

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:48PM EST
Moto X+1 Photos

Motorola’s next-generation flagship phone will not be assembled to order in an American factory like its predecessor, but it still looks like the “Moto X+1” will still have plenty to offer prospective buyers. According to a new leak that included several photos of the unreleased phone as well as key specs, the X+1 will be a dramatic improvement over the original Moto X, which was a mid-range smartphone with specs that were no match for market leaders at the time.

TK Tech News cited an unnamed source at Motorola while posting photos of what it claims to be the upcoming Moto X+1. The images appear to match photos published earlier by well-known gadget leaker @evleaks.

Along with the photos, the posted Moto X+1 specs that include a 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage, microSD card support and an upgraded camera.

Other details are still unknown for the time being, but the phone is already shaping up to be a big improvement compared to the Moto X. At the right price, the X+1 could certainly be a solid offering from Motorola later this year. TK Tech News says the phone could launch in August or September.

A pair of leaked photos follow below.

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