Is Moto X (2017) Renders Leaked In Online?
As per the speculation regarding the upcoming Moto X line-up has been taking the rounds from the time when Lenovo launched the Moto Z and Moto Z Play. The speculated device was first leaked in a series of images on website Slashleaks previously in last month. At present, renders and a 360-degree video of the unproven device have popped up.
The Moto X smartphone was leaked in recent times by Android Authority in the way of renders and a 360-degree video. As per the information provided by the website and well-known leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer (also famous as @OnLeaks), Moto X (2017) will not sport pogo pins that permit operators to attach mods to the device. Instead, the device is said to feature a pill-shaped fingerprint scanner on the home button and a USB Type-C port.
The same report says that the Moto X (2017) will pack a 5.2-inch display and will measure 150×73.8×8.4mm. In terms of camera, the device won’t feature anything fancy, as pointed out by Android Authority. “Fans of fancy dual camera setups or stereo front-facing speakers won’t get any love from the Moto X (2017), but with any luck, Lenovo will have beefed up the sound a little,” the report read.
At the same time, one more report issued by Techdroider says that the leaked renders are not of Moto X (2017) but of a device codenamed ‘CEDRIC’ which passed the FCC regulation in recent times. There is no official approval concerning specifications and pricing at this moment.