If these couple of new images indeed portray the upcoming Moto X 3rd Gen smartphone, then Motorola has real difficulties in keeping it a secret until official unveil (no official launch date yet).
About a week ago we’ve seen the first alleged real-life images of the 3rd generation Moto X, which at the time has revealed a device with a rather familiar look, but with a few key design element changes, such as a small metal back plate where the “M logo” is and the positioning of the ear piece, the front facing camera and the sensors pushed at the edge of the frame.
These new images that show the internals of the Moto X 3rd Gen as well as the chassis of the phone, might hint at fingerprint sensor technology, which is not that far-fetched considering that Google introduced the fingerprint authentication as a native feature on Android M build, at Google I/O 2015, in late May.
The next Moto X is expected to arrive in two variants: with 5.2 and 5.7-inch Quad HD display, Snapdragon 810 or Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB or 4GB of RAM and a powerful camera. Other possible feature that might be included in the next Moto X flagship smartphone is a USB Type-C port, a feature already supported by Android M, which was also announced by Google at I/O 15.
What other features would you like to see on the next Motorola flagship smartphone?