Moto X photo leaked again, smartphone heading to Sprint

By Sumit Passary , Jun 26, 2013 07:26 PM EDT

Motorola seems to be on track to launch the rumored Moto X smartphone soon - a new photo has leaked, triggering speculations that the handset is heading to U.S. carrier Sprint.

Rumors and leaked pictures of the upcoming Moto X smartphone have become very frequent in recent days, especially after Motorola confirmed that they have a smarthone in the pipeline called the Moto X.

A previous Phone Arena report said, "We've seen leaks before, but according to our sources, this one is legit. Pics have been released by EvLeaks, who has a more positive than not reputation for good leaks, showing the Motorola X Phone. Or, we could start referring to the device by its codename: Ghost. Much like the Nexus 4 was mako, and the Nexus 7 was grouper. The Moto X Phone is codenamed Ghost."

Previous leaked images did not show the full handset and they also lacked details. However, the latest photo shows the full handset from the front. According to a recent report, "Now we just got sent a picture of a Motorola XT1056 device being tested on Sprint's 4G LTE network, that our source believes is the mysterious Motorola X phone, and the same one that already passed the innards of the FCC, tipped to be a Sprint variant of the AT&T's XFON that sports '5G' Wi-Fi and NFC."

The handset is said to have a screen of 4.5-inch or 4.7-inch and the smartphone is also expected to come running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. If rumors are to be believed, then the handset will have 16 GB of internal storage and a removable battery.

The Moto X has been rumored for a long time and with so many leaks and speculations emerging in the last few months, it seems that the handset may make an appearance sooner rather than later. The anticipation has built to an extent that even an online retailer has started selling accessories of the handset even before the official announcement of the handset.

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