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Moto X+1 leaked in new video?

The Moto X+1 might have just been leaked in a new video, showing off its size compared to other Android devices.

There have been quite a few rumours surrounding the Moto X+1 of late, but this latest video shows us some still images of the upcoming device.

The video comes courtesy of TK Tech News that has sourced the images from a tipster and claims the device is “legit”.

From what we can see in the video, it matches up to what we’ve heard from rumours of the Moto X+1, but sadly the source couldn’t verify whether this device is definitely the Moto X successor.

“Maybe it’s a test device,” said TK Tech News in the video. “I can tell you it’s a lot bigger than the Moto X and I can tell you it’s bigger than the Nexus 5.”

The video lines up the Moto X+1 against the Google Nexus 5 and Moto X and it is considerably bigger than both, meaning a screen size upwards of 5-inches.

The device is covered with masking tape to disguise some of its distinguishing features, but it’s possible to make out a front-facing speaker along the bottom of the handset.

It’s clear that the Moto X+1 is running Android L, but the video claims it offers a full 1080p HD resolution, which was something that was missing from the original Moto X with its 720p HD resolution.

There’s also a rumour that it might some with an AMOLED display to improve the colour accuracy

Taking advantage of Android L’s new features, and some of those introduced with Android 4.4 KitKat, the Moto X+1 offers on-screen navigational buttons.

TK Tech News promises to deliver a better hands-on video with the device in the next 48 hours so watch this space for all the latest on this pretty exciting stock Android device.

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