Moto X+1 claimed again to be Motorola's first phone with a 1080p display, alleged pictures leak
We've been hearing about an alleged Motorola Moto X+1 flagship upgrade for a while now, and the phone was even referenced on the company's own website several times. The other day a resident leakster posted a blurry image of what is supposed to be the Moto X+1 riding on the subway, which you can see in the slideshow below, and today we have one more eventual picture of the handset, courtesy of a Baidu user. It purportedly depicts the front of the flagship, which seems rather different than the one of the Moto X.
The exact specs of the handset are still shrouded in mystery, though, and so far we've only heard speculated that it is codenamed Victara, has no less than 25 backplate options, and will be sold by all four major mobile carriers in the US. This latest leak from China comes with two very important spec sheet entrants confirmation, though, and these are screen size and resolution. The Moto X+1 is expected to sport a 5.2" 1080x1920 pixels display, claims the source, which would make it the first Motorola handset with a 1080p screen. The Moto X sports a 4.7" HD panel only, so the X+1 is shaping up to be a significant upgrade, as we are also expecting a bump in processing power and battery capacity, to accommodate for the higher display resolution.
In fact, a Motorola XT912A model already leaked once in the GXBench database, sporting this exact same screen size and resolution, as you can see from the screenshot below. A Snapdragon 800 processor was also listed, alongside with a higher resolution camera than what we currently have on the Moto X. The Moto X+1 is expected to be released in the second half of the year, which is not that far away, now that the month of May is almost over.