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Motorola Moto X+1 to pack 5.2-inch 1080p display?

The Motorola Moto X+1 could offer a 5.2-inch full 1080p HD display when it launches later this year.

That’s according to a new leaked, but rather odd looking, photograph of the Motorola Moto X successor posted on Google Plus.

It’s clear that this golden handset looks nothing like its predecessor, especially due to the fact the Moto X didn’t come in gold.

However, there are other design tweaks of note in that the speaker, front facing camera and sensors have moved down a little from the very top of the phone as they were in the Moto X.

The microphone port has also been centralised at the bottom of the device, rather than slightly left of centre as with its predecessor.

It also looks like the Moto X 1 has lost the slightly raised bumpers around the end of the device, opting for a smoother finish on the front.

Motorola has already confirmed the existence of its Moto X successor in an accidentally published placeholder for the Moto Maker website.

It then managed to give away the handset’s price in a posted image of the Moto X+1, not only revealing what the device would look like but that it would cost $400 (£240) from American network provider AT&T.

The original Moto X launched in August last year so it’s nearly ready for a flagship upgrade.

Of course, Motorola hasn’t kept quiet since launching its customisable smartphone, launching the ultra-successful budget Motorola Moto G and more recently the Motorola Moto E as well.

There’s no word as to when Motorola will official unveil the Motorola Moto X+1 but we’ll keep you posted as and when there is more news.

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Via: DroidLife

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