As a retirement gift, @evleaks just Tweeted the image above, which is likely a set of press renders for the new Moto X (or Moto X+1) that is headed for Verizon.
Two variants of the device are shown, one as an all-black base model, the other as a white and wood combo, something that you would see on the original Moto X if it were made through MotoMaker. It looks exactly like the last leak we saw, which showed a device with a wood back, centered Motorola logo/button, big camera housing, and metal trim.
The device looks a lot like the original Moto X, but takes on the front speakers from the Moto E, plus as I just mentioned, has a new Motorola logo in the center that looks as if it doubles as a button or sensor of some type. The display remains mostly edge-to-edge and is rumored at this time to weigh in at 5.2-inches.
Evan didn’t include any other details with the image, so we are left with questions about the specs. Also, what are those bottom dot-like sensors that can be seen on the white version?
This is the Verizon model, though, which is quite obvious thanks to the lower-level rear branding.
UPDATE: Here is a side-by-side comparison of the old Moto X to this new model.
What do you think?