Moto X (2017) Spotted With 4GB of RAM and 32GB Storage, Model Number XT1805

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Motorola Moto X (2017) was the talk of the town two weeks ago as the phone was the first Moto device spotted with a dual rear camera. Later on, more leaks about the phone have surfaced online revealing key specifications of the phone. Today’s leak has two photos showing the phone in full glory along with a confirmed model number, internal storage, and RAM.

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The dual camera sporting Moto X (2017) will bear the model number XT1805 and will feature 32GB of internal storage along with 4GB of RAM. This information can be clearly seen on the leaked fastboot screen of the phone. The front of the device looks more like the Moto G3 with an oval shaped fingerprint sensor at the bottom, similar to Moto G5 and G5 Plus. There will be a front-facing LED flash as well to accompany the selfie camera.

Another image of the phone shows the rear side of the phone. From the back, the Moto X (2017) looks exactly similar to the Moto G5 series and the dual lens camera is buried in the Saturn ring capsule, making it look somewhat awkward. There will be a camera bump on the phone, same as the Moto G5 Plus. It looks like the Moto dimple at the back is making a come back as you can see in the image.

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Motorola isn’t doing away with the 3.5mm headphone jack on the phone. And a recent rumour also suggests that the Lenovo-owned company is bringing back the headphone jack to Moto Z2 as well. It might also come with a USB Type-C port at the bottom reports how2tricks.org.

Earlier speculations claimed that the phone would have a 5.5-inch Full HD display, paired with Snapdragon 625/626 chipset, and 4GB of RAM. The internal storage on the phone, as seen in the fastboot image will be 32GB, but Motorola might release either a 16GB variant or a bigger 64GB storage version.

It was also said that one of the rear cameras would get a 13MP sensor. However, it remains to be seen how the company will implement the dual camera on the smartphone.

Motorola is also working on a bunch of other entry-level smartphones: the Moto C series, the Moto E4 series, and the flagship Moto Z2. While the Moto C and C Plus are said to be the cheapest Moto Android phones, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus will be the upgrades to last year’s Moto E3 and E3 Power. The Moto Z2 and Z2 Force are to be the successors of Moto Z and Z Force.

There are no details regarding the announcement of these phones, but we should get to know more about them during the Lenovo Computex event in June 2017.

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