The Moto X 2017 looks so real now. The images you see above and below are supposedly belonging to the new Moto X, 2017 edition, that could soon launch come January.
Of course, details are pretty think at the moment about the Moto X4 (it will be its 4th gen), some things do stand out from the leaked images.
First up, on the back, there is a single camera on board, and nothing else apart from the Motorola logo, and secondary mic for noise cancellation (nearly left top). The design at the back has color variation at the top and bottom, which doesn’t look out of sorts at all, and is a welcome change aesthetics wise.
On the front of Moto X 2017, you have the fingerprint sensor, along with what looks like 5.2″ display. You have the proximity sensor and front facing camera too, and we are also liking the Moto logo at top left.
One odd thing is, the screen-to-body ratio looks pretty bad here, thanks to large space left above and below the display. Maybe that Logo we like is to blame. What’s your thoughts on this?
The Moto X 2017 could release with Android 7.0 Nougat pre-installed, as Motorola already has a good Nougat build with it — it recently released the Moto Z droid Nougat update, while has Android 7.0 for the Moto Z global edition nearly ready too. Further, the Moto G4 looks next in line to receive the Nougat love, as it’s been quite some time since Moto released a soak test Nougat build in Brazil for the device.