Renders confirm earlier partial looks at the upcoming device
Now that we know Motorola is ready to spill all of the beans on the Moto X come August 1st, we were bound to see some press renders hit the Internet. Well-known leaker evleaks has just released these purported first press renders of the device, which reaffirm many of the design elements we've been seeing in the past few weeks. Just as Eric Schmidt showed us, the back of the device looks to have a lightly textured back (by default) with a central camera pod, small Motorola logo recessed below it and a centralized headphone jack above.
Around the front, we see a standard Android home screen with the usual icons shown off in most of Google's device renders. The display looks to have bezels that are nice and small around the sides and on the bottom, with a pretty standard-sized one on top accented with the appropriate camera, speaker and sensors.
Yup, it's a phone. And this render pretty much completes all of the puzzle pieces. We'll be looking forward to seeing what Motorola has to say about the bigger picture around the Moto X when it is announced August 1st.