The original Moto X was released August 23rd, 2013, which means it is almost time for a refresh. Today Android Police published a set of leaked images that are rumored to be the new Moto X+1, which follows a very similar design to the original Moto X. The updated phone will reportedly have a larger 5.1" 1920x1080 screen, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 2900 mAh battery, and a 12 MP main camera with 5MP front shooter.

The prototype is shown with a wood back, and it's expected that there will be several color/material options available in through MotoMaker as with the original Moto X. The back shows a rather noticeable Motorola logo and aluminum camera ring. The SIM card has been moved to the top of the phone, and there is no indication of a MicroSD card slot.


With the similarities to the original Moto X it is likely that Lenovo hasn't had any input on device design yet. With the hype around the Moto 360 it wouldn't be surprising if the X+1 was launched alongside it later this summer.

Source: Android Police, Via: Phone Arena