A few days ago, Motorola’s first dual camera smartphone, the Moto X (2017) was spotted online in the wild. Since then, there was nothing about the phone, and now, a leaked presentation video of the device is posted online that allegedly revealed all the key specifications of the phone.
The video also shows how the device looks, but we can see only the half portion of the phone. On par with the earlier leaked image, the device will sport dual cameras at the back, which are said to be of 12MP. The handset will sport unimetal body and will have a 5.5-inch display. The surprise, however, is the 3D glass. The presentation says that it will feature 3D glass on top, instead of the regular 2.5D glass.
The Moto X (2017) will be powered by the recently announced Snapdragon 660 chipset, clubbed with Adreno 512 GPU. This might be the first smartphone to power the Snapdragon 660 chipset and the other rumoured ones are Vivo X6 and Xiaomi Mi Max 2.
Also, the device will come with Artificial Intelligence Assistant, but there are no details about the implementation yet. Previously, there was a rumour saying that Amazon’s Alexa will come integrated with Motorola devices and the AI assistant may be the Alexa.
Other highlights of the phone will be IP68 certification. Previous Motorola devices came with water repellant coating, but with the IP68 rating, you can submerge the phones under water for 30 minutes.
The Motorola Moto X (2017) will have a 3800mAh battery with Motorola’s Turbo Charging technology. Well, this may well be the reason for the decrease in the battery capacity of rumoured Moto Z2 Play.
The Moto X (2017) will be released alongside other speculated Motorola phones such as Moto Z2 Force, Moto Z2 Play, Moto E4 & E4 Plus, Moto C & C Plus. The rumoured specs of Moto Z2 Play has disappointed many out there, but the Moto X (2017) specs are impressive on paper, nevertheless. Motorola is yet to announce the launch date of the phones.
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