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Moto X (2015) seemingly outed in blurriest leak ever

We know it’s a Monday morning, but you’re not as bleary-eyed as the lead image would have you believe.

It’s actually just a really low-resolution snapshot of what might be Motorola’s next flagship, the mooted Moto X 3.

It comes courtesy of prolific rumour-spinner Upleaks, who posted the 59 x 88 pixel render to Twitter over the weekend.

We’ve blown that up to more appropriate proportions, but there’s a clear lack of detail, which makes this leak tough to verify.

Fortunately, it does offer some clues as to what we might expect to see on the much-rumoured Moto X (2015).

For a start, the flash appears to now sit below the rear camera, instead of encircling it like on the current Moto X (2014).

There also appears to be two speaker grills on the front of the device, which suggests we’ll see a stereo arrangement when the Moto X finally launches.

There’s also a circular indent on the rear of the device, mid-way up the body. This could be where Motorola places its logo, but it could also be the position for the much-rumoured fingerprint scanner.

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Otherwise, there’s very little else we can ascertain from this leak. Fortunately, we’ve heard plenty of rumours about the device to quench our tech-thirst for now.

For instance, it’s expected that the Moto X (2015) will include a Snapdragon 810 chip built by Qualcomm, 4GB of RAM, a 5.2-inch QHD display, a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 5-megapixel selfie shooter to boot.

Is this the smallest leak you’ve ever seen? Let us know in the comments.

If you just can’t wait for the new Moto X, why not check out our video review of last year’s model?

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