Leaks about future Moto devices have been circulating around the web and now a 360-degree video and renders of Lenovo’s upcoming 2017 Moto X have appeared thanks to OnLeaks, giving us a glance at what Lenovo has in store for 2017.

These amazing renders show the Moto X (2017) will be a mid-range handset - photo 4

Taking a look at the renders, what is most noticeable is the lack of magnetic pins on the back of the device, confirming that Lenovo’s modules will remain exclusive to the flagship Z lineup. It seems that the manufacturer is stepping up the game with build materials with the back of the phone made out curved metal plate. Flipping the device around still doesn’t reveal any massive surprises. The front houses a new fingerprint scanner and there is also a Motorola logo above the slightly smaller 5,2″ display.

These amazing renders show the Moto X (2017) will be a mid-range handset - photo 1

The right side of the phone contains the power button and volume rocker, while the bottom nests a 3,5mm headphone jack and, interestingly, a Micro USB port instead of the expected USB Type-C. What is quite surprising is that all the renders only show the earpiece without any secondary speaker. This might mean that Lenovo will be opting for a 2-in-1 solution with the device.


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