Rumor: Moto X 2015 Will Not Feature Fingerprint Scanner
As suggested by one week old leaked images, the 2015-edition Motorola Moto X smartphone will come equipped with a Snapdragon SoC and 3GB of RAM, with a Quad HD-resolution display.
Some other reports, based on leaks too, claimed the aforesaid would feature a fingerprint scanner. Today some new images have surfaced on www.
The recent images claim that the device will not pack a fingerprint scanner. The images, suggesting otherwise, were reportedly not displaying the finalized version of the 2015-edition Motorola Moto X.
The following picture allegedly show what Moto’s finished product will look like.
Another image posted from the same source suggest that the device may support wireless charging. Look at the following picture, featuring Motorola handset’s frame.
However, this is only a speculation or rather interpretation of the image posted above. The details are sparse though. Another speculation suggests that the device in question can be a new Nexus model.
The preceding claim is even weaker. In fact, it’s contradictory with the previous reports that considered Huawei and/or LG as the manufacturers of 2015’s Nexus.
Beyond that, the source hints that a “Droid Mini” smartphone is in the manufacturing process, and can be unveiled this year. The details, about the rumored project, are scarce though.
Previous leaks detailed the specs of the articulated device. Reporting the leak, news source had stated “Moto X will come with a 5.64-inch screen with a resolution of 1440 x 2560.
An unknown Snapdragon chipset is under the hood with 3GB of RAM inside and 21GB of native storage available to the user. While not confirmed, a Type C USB port could be on board. Stereo speakers grace the handset.
The phone will be offered in Plastic, Wood, Leather and an unnamed new material. Android 5.1.1 is pre-installed.”
Indeed, the increasing numbers of leaks eventuate in confusions. So the best way to absorb the development of the info and avoid the confusion is to take it with a sense of doubt.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.