A Hong Kong-based website has revealed the renders of Moto X 2016. Last week Moto X’s actual pictures were revealed and upon comparison both the original and renderslook alike. The renders however come with greater clarity. The picture pretty clearly confirm that the new Moto X has been redesigned by Motorola.
According to the pictures, Moto X will have a curved back cover and the body seems thicker in the middle and thinner around the edges. It has a sporty metal body with a plastic with two plastic sticking in the top and bottom of the back cover. This may sound like a regular Moto design but the design is actually much slimmer than the usual Moto smartphones.
The redesign will have a navigation button below the screen and may even have a fingerprint scanner like the one that’ll be found in the upcoming Moto G4. The camera hump can be seen very prominently in the back renders of Moto X 2016. The camera looks pretty similar to that found on the Samsung Galaxy S6. But it’s worth noting that Galaxy S6 camera is bigger because of the big Lumia-style glass cover on the lens.
As of now we don’t know anything about the Moto X’s hardware. A website named GeekBench, where scores are submitted, leaked a Moto smartphone codenamedXT1650 last month. According to many theXT1650 is actually Moto X and apparently its faster than HTC 10 but slower that Galaxy S7. The Moto X will be supported by aQualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor that’ll have a clock speed of around 1.6GHz along with 4GB of RAM.
The Moto G4 is coming out on May 17 and we are speculating that only after that will we get to see Moto X 2016 on market shelves.