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Clearest Moto X (2015) images yet hit the web

Clear images of the next Motorola Moto X flagship phone have been leaked onto the internet.

Motorola hasn’t done a particularly good job keeping its next batch of phones under wraps.

The Lenovo-owned company is set to hold an event on July 28, where the Moto G 3 and the Moto X (2015) are both expected to be outed. However, we’ve already seen several snaps of both.

Now we’ve caught the best glimpse yet of the Moto X (2015) from a couple of sources. The picture on the above left was picked up by G+ user Paul Faz, and it shows what seems to be the front of a new Moto device.

Initially, it looks a lot like the front of the last Moto X, with a familiar stripped-back design. However, we do see those iconic twin speaker grills (which hopefully means true stereo speakers this time around), and one particular interesting new detail: a front-facing flash.

The other two Moto X pics featured above come through Peru Android (via Droidlife). Here we get another picture of the front, as well as a clear view of the new Moto X’s back.

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Again, the latter shows off that elongated bar detail and the kind of grippy cover material that’s been popping up in pictures of the Moto X (2015) and the Moto G 3 up to now.

Remind yourself of what we thought of the Moto X (2014) in the following video:

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