We have been hearing rumors of a new Moto X for a while now, with an alleged photo of the handset popping up last year. Earlier this month a render also made its way online which appeared to be in line with what we saw from before. Now thanks to new photos that have found their way online, we are getting a pretty good idea of what to expect.
These images were discovered on Weibo and posted onto Slashleaks (via Ausdroid) and as you can see, they are pretty much similar to the previous leaks and renders. However the newly leaked photos also confirmed several things about the handset, such as how it appears to still use micro USB as opposed to USB-C, and that it will be keeping the headphone jack unlike the Moto Z which did away with theirs.
It also confirms that the Moto X will not be compatible with the Moto Mod accessories as it is missing the connector pins on the back of the phone. As for specs, last we heard the phone would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 chipset and will come with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
We’re also hearing that there will be a 13MP rear-facing camera, but there could be a cheaper version with potentially less RAM and a 12MP camera instead. In any case take these leaks with a grain of salt for now.