New Moto X press renders reveal curved design, confirm two color versions
The final, official look of Motorola’s new X phone has been revealed by EVleaks, which posted press images of the handset – in both black and white. What’s more, an image showing the profile of the Moto X has also appeared, allowing us to see that the device has curved (and quite nice) sides.
Motorola has scheduled the Moto X announcement day for August 1, so there are still many questions remained unanswered ’till then. Will the handset run Android 4.3 at launch? How much it’s going to cost on contract? What about its unlocked version? And just how much will Motorola allow users to customize it?
It’s said that the new Moto has a 4.5 inch display (possibly a 720p one, rather than 1080p), dual-core Snapdragon processor (not the latest generation), and a 10MP camera on the back. Until we have a complete list of features, here’s the handset in all its glory:
The Moto X will likely go on sale before the end of August. Verizon might offer it starting August 23, while US Cellular could do it on August 26. Sure enough, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will also offer the Moto X, but we haven’t seen any rumors pointing to launch dates at them.