Images showing alleged Moto X phone components (specifically the front and back panels of the handset) have hit the web, ahead of the phone’s announcement. At the same time, a new report is now claiming that the phone won’t be introduced later this week, as previously rumored.
While the images can’t be confirmed at this time – so make sure you take them with the appropriate amount of salt – we will notice that it looks like Motorola’s marketing team is on the attack these days.
Earlier this week we’ve seen the first Moto X phone ad leak
Moreover, we’re apparently looking at a device that will feature an edge-to-edge display with small bezels, and which will be available in both black and white, in addition to all the other colors that are rumored to be available to buyers.
On the front side of the device we’re can also see the front-facing camera, speaker and sensors, and, interestingly, a hole placed near the mid section of the bottom bezel.
The black panel features a Motorola logo as shown in previous similar leaks (image below), but the same logo isn’t present on the white one.
The back of the handset, available in only one picture, shows the camera, flash and Motorola logo (in this order from top to bottom) all placed towards the top side of the device. The back plate seems to be similar to a device spotted in Vietnam in mid-March, which was said to be a Moto X prototype (image below).
G for Games doesn’t tell us where it got these images from, but the publication says they came from different sources. Other details about the Moto X aren’t offered at this time either.
While the Moto X was said to be unveiled next week, a more recent report from CNET seems to indicate that the July 10-11 Motorola event will not star the Moto X:
Despite speculation that Google could be planning to reveal the Moto X at a special media event next week, a source tells CNET that the Motorola event is actually about something else besides the company’s first big Android release as a Google company.
That said, we’ll remind you that
Via: Android Authority