Moto X 2017 Images leaked; Reveal Front Flash and Fingerprint Scanner

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Moto X 2017 Images leaked; Reveal Front Flash and Fingerprint Scanner
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22 April, 2017

Another rear image of the device shows the big circular camera "dual" camera; but so far there have been conflicting reports regarding it.

Meanwhile, details about the Moto Z2 Force's release date and price are also yet to be announced.

Well, to recall, this is not actually the first time that we have come across speculations about the Moto X (2017) model, as rumours and leaks about the device have been making rounds on the web for quite some time now. This smartphone was rumored to have a 5.5-inch full HD screen. It's also nearly certainly going to have a 1080 x 1920 resolution, given that even the lower-end Moto G5 does and that the next step up (QHD) is still the preserve of flagship phones.

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.

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The back is plain, with antenna bands near the top and bottom and a Motorola logo in the center, while the bottom edge has a speaker grille and the top edge has a 3.5mm headphone port, which is worth mentioning, since the Moto Z doesn't have one. The fingerprint sensor - oval shaped is in the lower part of the front side itself. This Moto X (2017) should also make a good buy for people who look for a pocket-friendly phone. The device nearly resembles Moto G5. Apple took the lead on this, however, the Moto X 2017 is not going to follow that trend. With this latest available information, selfies are expected to be brighter, crisper, and more vivid.

Last month few images of upcoming Moto X 2017 leaked online and now few more images of same device have surfaced online. Both versions of the upcoming Moto X (2017) will feature 32GB of storage space and are expected to ship with a microSD card slot, industry sources say.

Moto Z Play is one of the best-featured smartphones from Motorola and as we all know that the moto Z play comes pack with android 6.0 that is Android Marshmallow and in January this smartphone get the android 7.0 update.


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