Moto X (2017) renders show up on the internet, shows off the front and camera hump on the rear
The rumour mill has been active and in recent times, we have got to hear that Motorola could be looking to bring back the Moto X family of devices. These used to be the flagship material of the Lenovo spinoff company but now, they have left the job to the Moto Z family. This means that if we are to get a Moto X for sure, they would not be looking to disrupt the plan they have on ground and so, sit it beneath the Moto Z. At best, the Moto X would be a midrange, but it would not be your average midrange unit.
At the beginning of this month, some images leaked and they were alleged to be the units of the Moto X (2017). Today, there have been the creation of some renders which aim to explain what the unit would look like, based on the plethora of leaks and rumours so far. From the renders, the Moto X goes premium with its al metallic build and carries a camera bump on the back too. With a fingerprint sensor on the front of the unit, the headphone jack has been unconventionally placed at the bottom of the unit.
As a roundup of what we have so far, the Moto X (2017) would ship with 5.2 inches of screen and in some other quarters, it has been said that it would be sold as the Moto C instead.
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