We are just few days away from the big launch of Moto X+1 and yet another rumor has surfaced online about the device. TK Tech News has revealed that the back Moto logo on the device is likely to be a power button that can also be used to perform other functions within apps. It is also being rumored that the Moto X+1would have four camera-esque sensors on its front side.
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The Moto X+1 leaks so far suggest it is likely to boast high-end specifications and features in every respect. It would be having a new 5.2-inch screen with a pixel resolution of 1920 x 1080. It would be powered by a faster Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and 24GB of internal storage capacity. Meanwhile, a higher 64GB version would be equipped with a microSD card slot not found on the regular model. It would also sport a 12MP rear sensor coupled with a 5MP front snapper.
We recently announced that the company is scheduled to release nine devices in the period of the next four months. However, not much information has been provided by the company till now. The company is likely to remain silent on the new devices until its event that is scheduled to take place on September 4 in Chicago.