The still-unannounced Moto X+1 has been leaked in what are claimed to be new images of a "near-final prototype" from Motorola. It's alleged the photos show the Moto X successor in all its pre-launch glory, and by judging the overall look and design of the device in the photos, we can clearly see at least some resemblance to the Moto flagship. The wooden backplates that were previously rumored can be found on the rear of this handset, along with the trademark Moto logo. Also visible are what appear to be metallic sides, in contrast to the all-plastic nature of Moto's current lineup.
The back itself is said to be non-removable, and available in a variety of options. Dual-LED flash also appears to be present, but supposedly there's no support for microSD cards. A notable alteration with this product is the location of the SIM card slot, which has been shifted to the top most part of the device. Other specifications haven't been confirmed, but reports suggest we could be looking at a 5.1-inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a 2,900mAh battery.
We always recommend taking rumors and leaked photos with a grain of salt, but this sure looks like a strong candidate for Motorola's next flagship. As ever, hit the comments and let us know what you think.