Moto X (2017) might have been leaked by Moto on this video celebrating 44 years of mobile calls

Over the last few days, we have shown you a few images allegedly revealing the Motorola Moto X (2017). But now, we might have just seen the phone straight from the horse's mouth. Moto USA has uploaded a video to YouTube that celebrates 44-years of mobile phone calls with an original rap song. A few seconds into the video, we can see the front and the back of a phone that resembles the Moto G5 a bit, but the look of the antenna lines on back resemble the Moto X (2017) leaks a bit more. The camera, on the other hand, doesn't totally look like the rear-facing dual snapper that appeared on the recent leaks.

The Moto X (2017) is rumored to carry a Snapdragon 625 SoC under the hood, with 3GB/4GB of RAM inside. Native storage options are 32GB/64GB, and a 13MP camera adorns the back. If there is a dual-camera setup on the rear of the phone, it isn't clear if the second shooter also weighs in at 13MP.

Besides the Moto X (2017), there is another unknown handset on the video. The back of this model is shown in white and it carries what appears to be a rear facing speaker. Could this be the model that reportedly has the nickname "Albus?" That phone is said to match the Moto Z Play in specs, but is endowed with a 12MP rear-facing camera.

Check out the video at the top of the page. Not only will you see what appears to be some unannounced phones like the Moto X (2017), you will also get to see a number of handsets representing Motorola's long and illustrious history in the field of mobile handsets. Click on the slideshow for a couple of screenshots from the video.

source: MotoUSA via TechDroider

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  • OS Android 9.0 Pie


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