New images of Motorola’s upcoming flagship phone were leaked today, in a video released by TK Tech news.
The photo above shows the Moto X+1, with four sensors on it’s front, similar to the Amazon Fire Phone.
What they do, is uncertain, as TK says there are 2 sources with conflicting reports. One says the sensors will work with the Moto 360 smartwatch, and Moto Aware, which could be some kind of location aware software. The other source for TK says, that they are sensors for 3D rendering.
You can also see the front facing speakers in the photos.
Here is some really unexpected news, the phone could have a button on it’s back, and guess what it looks like? It is the Motorola logo, the “M”. Apparently, it’s the phone’s power button, and will be customizable in various colors, which will be available through Moto Maker.
The video also shows the phone’s rear camera, and the embedded flash, which appears to be encircling the camera’s lens. The entire circle could light up, when the flash is enabled. The camera could also feature OIS (Optical Image Stabilization).
As you can see from the above picture, the phone has a bamboo woodback, with an aluminum frame around the sides.
Here is the video from TK, where you can see the images of the X+1:
Besides Woodback, the phone will also be available in Denim, Carbon Fiber, Leather and Plastic.
Motorola will be launching the Moto X+1 on September 4th at an event in Chicago, along with the Moto G2, the Moto 360, and a bluetooth headset. Motorola are also hosting an event on September 5th, in New Delhi, so we could see the devices there as well.