Tiny rendering of third generation Motorola Moto X surfaces

We have been seeing sporadic leaks about Motorola’s third generation Moto X smartphone over the past couple of weeks. The images so far have either been obscured to protect sources, or other photos have been of stripped down parts showing off the chassis of the device.

Another image as surfaced, albeit very, very small. Just 59x88 pixels, not even big enough to use as a thumbnail in our article. However, when blown up a bit, it can clearly be compared to other leaks we have seen, which lends to the credibility of the tiny image.

It looks like a rendering of a would-be press image. The pattern of the camera, LED flash, and Motorola logo against the metal band along the back is easily identifiable. If you look carefully at the right edge, you can just make out a change in the pixelated pattern that looks like Motorola’s volume and power/lock button arrangement.

The front reveals a bit less, but a familiar top and bottom speaker/mic arrangement will carry over from the previous generation device. Hopefully it will have two front-facing speakers like its larger Nexus 6 cousin.

Speaking of larger, the latest batch of rumors indicate the new Moto X will come in two sizes, one of which will feature a larger display, maybe 5.7-inches, while the other will retain the current generation’s 5.2-inch panel.

Given how well received the current Moto X has been, and how lean Motorola keeps the user experience, there is really only area we hope Lenovo’s new division will work some magic, and that is with the camera. The good news is that Motorola knows this is an area the company needs to focus on.

What features are you hoping Motorola will bring to the 2015 edition of the Moto X?

source: @upleaks (Twitter)

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