The Moto X (2017) has been a frequent topic of speculation over the past few months, popping up from time to time in the form of hands-on snaps and specification details. The handset has now been spotted in a short 10-second video that consists of footage shot at a presentation about the phone in China.
There’s no way to tell just how authentic the video is as yet. One prominent aspect which stands out is the placement of the LED flash module in the photo above. It appears to be positioned on top of the dual cameras, a direct contradiction of earlier Moto X (2017) leaks which depicted it below the twin lenses.
The slides boast that the Moto X (2017) offers the perfection and appeal of a flagship device at a friendly cost. What exactly this price is hasn’t been revealed in the video, though it does disclose quite a few potential specs.
Motorola might power the upcoming handset with the newly-released Snapdragon 660 processor paired with 64GB of ROM and 4GB of RAM. The SoC is an upper mid-range chipset, so the phone will probably belong to that category as well.
The Moto X (2017) could additionally get the benefit of a 3800mAh battery, turbo charging skills, a metal body fused with 3D Glass, a 5.5-inch display, IP68-rated protection from dust and water, an Always-On Voice feature, AI integration, and a fingerprint sensor up front. There may also be a ‘Smart Camera’ of some sort accompanied by laser autofocus.