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The Moto X+1 will reportedly launch alongside the Moto 360

Earlier this week we were given a sneak peak at the successor to the Moto G: the aptly named Moto G2. Today, we’ve been given a glimpse at the Moto X’s successor.
 
According to images obtained by Android Police, these photos of the Moto X+1 are of a “near-final prototype.” The look of the Moto X+1 is clearly evolutionary even though the screen size has reportedly been increased from 4.7” to 5.1”. 

 
The Moto X+1’s display is expected to get a nice resolution boost, increasing from the current 720p to a full HD (1080p). Other features include a Snapdragon 800 processor (instead of the more recent Snapdragon 801, likely in an effort to keep pricing attractive), 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Also expect to see a 12MP rear camera and a 5MP shooter up front for video chats.
 
The Moto X+1 will reportedly launch alongside the long-awaited Moto 360 smartwatch that was first announced back in March. The Moto 360 runs Google’s Android Wear operating system, which is targeted at wearable devices.

Source: Android Police





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