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Lenovo and Motorola smartphones are displayed during a news conference in Hong Kong, China May 21, 2015.Reuters

An image of Lenovo Vibe 3X (Lemon X) has leaked online revealing key design elements of the device.

Twitter spy UpLeaks posted a press image of the alleged Lenovo Vibe 3X. The device in the poster seemed to be influenced by Motorola's Moto series in terms of the visual outlook. Once the photo made headlines in the media, it was taken down inexplicably.

In the leaked snapshot (9to5Google), we see two dual front speakers, one on the top and another at the bottom. An elongated oval-shaped metal strip featuring camera and LED flash on the back has an uncanny resemblance to the 2015 Moto series devices.

A key difference is that the Lenovo phone has multi-grille speakers on the front and the metal strip on the back has a finger-print sensor, whereas the Moto series come with single-grill speakers and the rear-side metal houses Motorola's trademark batwing insignia at the center. [Check-out the image, HERE]

The report comes just weeks after Lenovo restructured the mobile business by integrating it to Motorola Mobility, which the company acquired from Google last year for $3 billion. It is believed that all the future Lenovo mobile devices will therefore be designed by Motorola engineers.

Key hardware details of Lenovo Vibe 3X, such as display, processor, RAM and battery capacity are still scarce except the device's dimension and camera features. As per the recent reports, it is expected to measure 154 mm tall, 76.49 mm wide and weigh 175 grams. It is also said to house a 21mp camera with dual-LED flash on the rear-side and an 8mp snapper on the front.

The presence of a finger-print sensor hints the device will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS out-of-the-box. Google's 2015 series mobile OS, which is expected get officially released within third-quarter, is confirmed to come with native support for biometric technology. This means Lenovo Vibe 3X is likely to debut by September end or in October.

Stay tuned for more updates.