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Leaked photos of Moto X and Droid reveal GenNext features

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Moto X

We can assume now how upcoming Moto will look like. A weekend leak from HelloMotoHK, we might now be taking a look at this year’s Moto X and Droid refreshes. The pictures of Moto X and Moto G have been leaked on the internet around six months ago.

On Mother’s Day, a Google+ account HelloMotoHK, dedicated to Motorola related devices has posted three new images, which seem to show a rendered version of the leaked 2016 Moto X and another that looks like a DROID variant that leaked last year. DROID series smartphones are licensed version of Motorola hardware and generally come with Verizon, the largest wireless communication provider in the US.

Moto X-Droid

The Moto X (2016) and its Droid counterpart both bear a protruding rear camera module with what appears to be a flat tire design similar to the Moto 360 smartwatches. The bottom bit is anticipated to house the dual-LED flash module. Other notable design choices include discrete volume and power buttons on the panel.

As per the leaked images, the front part of the Moto X might have a proximity sensor that has already been available in the last two variations. One of the most interesting parts of the render is on the opposite side of the camera bump: like Apple's Smart Connector, the device probably comprises of a dock connector. If we look closely on the back panel of Moto X, the speaker port and it doesn't look like a speaker panel at all. Though it is not confirmed if the smartphone will have a fingerprint scanner -  the button on the front hints the same.

As with earlier years, it sounds as if Motorola will be offering each the Moto X and Droid lineups with the selection of customized colors and designs, courtesy of it's in style Moto Maker device.

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