This week can only be described as “stupidly busy”. As if IFA 2014 wasn’t enough to contend with, we’ve got US/Chinese manufacturer Lenovorola (er, Motorola) carrying a veritable sackful of goodies o’er its shoulder.
The premier device – in terms of specs, at least – is the Motorola Moto X+1, and again we’re seeing the flagship in pictures ahead of the official unveiling.
While picture leaks don’t always give a great deal away, there’s plenty to talk about with these Motorola Moto X+1 snapshots. Which works for me, tasked with scribbling as I am.
For starters, what’s going on above the display? Is that a second speaker grill for stereo sound, or just a rather large earpiece?
And again, we’re seeing those additional sensors in the front corners of the Motorola Moto X+1. The rumour mill reckons they might offer similar functionality to the Amazon Fire Phone, allowing the user to peek behind on-screen elements while having their eyeballs tracked.
Moving onto the back of the Moto X+1, there’s no getting past that arguably intrusive Motorola logo, though it’s said to double as a power button. That’ll clean up the sides a little, so fair enough!
Finally, as reported previously, the flash is built into the circle surrounding the rear camera, leaving the back of the phone looking notably tidy.
Oh, and not forgetting the Motorola Moto X+1’s wooden rear. The source here reiterates the notion of further design choices, including plastic, leather, denim, and – later – a Verizon-exclusive carbon fibre variant.
Excited? Full story on Thursday. And heck, don’t be surprised if there are more Motorola Moto X+1 leaks in the meantime.
via: TK Tech News