It is no secret that Motorola is preparing the successor of the vastly successful Motorola Moto X in order to build upon the solid foundations built by the device in the personal electronics space. Motorola made its much anticipated return to the mobile space with the Moto X last year and since then has delivered hit products such as the Moto G and Moto E to reaffirm its position as a leading star.
The Motorola Moto X+1 is expected to bring everything that was good with the Moto X and then some more. For example, the Motorola Moto X+1 is expected to give the users even more options when it comes to the back shell of the device offering a greater personalised experience. The device is expected to bring leatherbacks as one of the 25 designs. It is also expected that the phone will get a full HD display as compared to the Moto X’s 720 P display. While we have been hearing about the specs of the phone, not much was known about the design and look of the phone, until now.
Trusted Twitter account, @Evleaks has tweeted out an image of the device inside a back shell cover. It is difficult to make out the exact new dynamics here, though it is clear that the device has two speakers in front, a bit like the Motorola Moto E. The camera lens also looks a lot bigger than the current Moto X and surprisingly, there is no flash on the device. You do have two microphones at the back though, presumably one of them is for noise cancellation while the other is for active listening to enable the always on search feature.
@Evleaks also tweeted out the picture of the cover in which the device was pictured. The case is made by Incipio and is called the DualPro. The case would be available in grey+red and black variants. The Motorola Moto X+1 is expected to arrive on all the four major carriers in the United States in te third quarter this year.