Following the grand success of Moto X, Motorola is gearing up to release the next edition of the flagship smartphone. Earlier, rumor had it that the 3rd generation aka Moto X may be unveiled around September 2015.
And now, a new video has appeared on YouTube, which claims to feature the future Moto X 2015 smartphone.
Coming down to the specs, the video shows the device features 3GB of RAM, while the earlier rumors were speculating the upcoming Moto X might feature 4GB RAM which means the device might be launched in 2 RAM editions to target different price pockets.
The Moto X 2015 might boast a 5.64-inch display with a resolution count of 1440x2560 pixels at a PPI count of 560dpi. Having a model number of XT1097, the device will run on the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop operating system. Powered by a Qualcomm made processor, the device might feature 32GB of internal storage.
The upcoming Moto X 2015 will also feature several design changes to make it more impressive. The rear camera module and the dual tone LED flash will be coupled together with the Motorola logo in a chrome metal band.
The front speaker will be sported on the top and will be little bit wider than the previous Moto X 2014 editions.
The video also shows a Moto X device fashioned with wood finished rear panel, which was seen in the earlier model as well. But the report mentions that Motorola will bring the Moto X 2015 in several variants of back panels to impress the fashion conscious consumers. Apart from the wood, plastic and leather the device will sport a new material.
The Moto X 2015 is also expected to feature the USB Type C connectors onboard.