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Moto X (2017) and Mysterious Phone Appear in Motorola’s 44th Anniversary Video for Cellular Mobility

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

In a celebration of 44 years of cellular mobility, Moto USA has added a new video on its YouTube channel. Right at the start of the video, it showcases several Motorola phones from its oldest flip phones to the latest Moto G5 smartphone. One of the Motorola phones that shows its glimpse for a split-second is the alleged Moto X (2017).

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Related: Moto X (2017) Leaked Press Render, Key Specs Emerge

The alleged blue-colored phone resembles Moto G5, but the appearance of the antenna bands as it will as its front side appears quite similar to the Moto X (2017) images that have appeared recently. However, the rear-facing camera spotted in leaked photos of Moto X (2017) has a dual camera setup, but the phone that has been spotted in the video seems to house a single camera. Also, a rear-facing speaker grille on Moto X (2017) seen in the video is absent on the previously seen leaked images of the phone.

Recent rumors have revealed that the upcoming Moto X (2017) would be coming with a 5.5-inch display and it will be driven by Snapdragon 625 chipset. It is expected to come in RAM versions like 3 GB and 4 GB. The phone is also rumored to be available in storage choices like 32 GB and 64 GB.

Its dual camera snapper is speculated to feature a pair of 13-megapixel sensors. Leaked shots suggest that the selfie camera of the phone is accompanied with a selfie snapper. The rumored Moto X (2017) does not feature pins for connecting Moto Mods accessories.  According to popular leakster, Roland Quandt, the phone is codenamed as Sanders and its model number is XT180x.

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A mysterious white colored Moto phone has been also spotted in the video. Its back panel seems to sport rear-facing speakers. Speculations have it that it could be “Albus” phone that is speculated to come with specs like Snapdragon 625, 3 GB / 4 GB RAM and 32 GB / 64 GB ROM.

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