A new smartphone Motorola Moto X is expected to extend the series to a third generation this year and the first details have started to spread on the Web. A video published on Youtube by Total Tech is supposed to represent the back of the future smartphone.
It shows a wooden shell and the smartphone's back camera, as well as screenshots of its settings. Part of what is shown is blurred or pixelated, which raises doubts about the authenticity of the whole.
Despite everything, it confirms certain elements, starting with the QHD / 2K resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels) of the future smartphone which is credited here with a slab 5.64 inch, while previous rumors saw it closer to 5 inches.
There could however be two versions of the smartphone, one intended for the US operator Verizon with a 5.7 inch screen, and the standard model with 5.2 inch display.
A Qualcomm processor (not detailed) is present on board and accompanied by 3 GB RAM and the available storage space is 21 GB. Finally, everything runs under Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Among the assumed characteristics, a port USB Type-C (reversible) is expected on the third generation Moto X.