+ Monday September 23rd, 2019

MotoX+1 - TKTechNews
Leak site ‘TKTechNews’ who gave us our first looks a the Galaxy S5 Active – which has so far only become available in the US – has released a video talking about specs of, as well as the above picture, which he says is of the upcoming Moto X+1.

Along with picture of the bottom half of the phone, he says he will release further pics on his Instagram feed, later ‘today’. He lists his source for the information as someone ‘at Motorola’ who has given him the photo, as well as a release date of ‘late August’.

Specs on the phone will include a 1080p AMOLED display, 2GB of RAM and 16, 32 and 64GB storage options with microSD card slot. There are apparently two camera modules being looked at for the Moto X+1 and which module is used, could affect the launch date.

On the design of the Moto X+1, he says

The model takes a lot of design cues from the Droid Ultra line but with more rounded corners and a return of the rounded back and dimple found on the Moto X. (Basically a bigger Moto X than what we have today)

We’ll be following the Instagram feed and Youtube channel overnight and update with any further information.

Source: TKTechNews.

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TKTechnews is so bad and is getting worse…

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