Moto X 2017 Recently Leaked For Having Front Flash Among Many Others!

Apr 21, 2017 12:40 AM EDT | Paul Urban


Moto X 2017 is definitely one of the most talked about handsets to be soon released. Several leaked information are made available almost regularly leading up to its final launch date, so there's a lot to talk about.

The Moto X 2017 is now even more highly-anticipated for having front flash support capabilities. Though this has been used by other mobile handset makers, it somehow did not resonate so well. Most handsets released, even the expensive ones, do not have the front flash. With this latest available information, selfies are expected to be brighter, crisper, and more vivid.

It also shows an oval-shaped fingerprint sensor/scanner at the front. At least it did not follow Samsung's lead by moving the fingerprint scanner on the back. For those who prefer using the scanner in its conventional location within the device, the Moto X 2017 may be the answer.

The USB Type-C port alongside the speaker grille is all located at the bottom edge while the 3.5mm audio jack is located on top. Having the USB port and audio jack are also a welcome relief as many upcoming devices are reported to be ditching the audio jack and extra ports as well. Apple took the lead on this, however, the Moto X 2017 is not going to follow that trend.

This upcoming device was previously reported for having 5.5-inch full HD display and is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 625 SoC together with 3GB of RAM. There are also other reports saying there may be a 4GB of RAM available.

Recent reports also suggest that Moto X 2017 will have a dual rear-facing camera which is similar to that of Moto Z2. However, it is expected that the Z series will have better camera capabilities as those are flagship phones.

Though the Moto Z devices have better performing cameras, the Moto X 2017 sure has a lot of other features to impress industry experts. There are no official reports suggesting its launch date, however, it may come sooner than expected.

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