Over the last few weeks, Motorola accidentally confirmed its Moto X+1 several times.
Now, reputed leakster, @evleaks, has gone on to reveal that the upcoming handset is codenamed Victara. It is to be sold by all four major carriers in the US: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, he added.
"Accidental" Leaks so Far
Earlier this month, there was widespread speculation that Motorola was working on a successor for the popular Moto X. The company accidentally put up a placeholder for the Moto X+1 on its Moto Maker website.
Following this, Motorola even gave away the handset's price through an image that it posted. Apart from revealing what the handset would look like, the image also indicated that the Moto X+1 would be priced at $400 from AT&T.
As expected earlier, Moto Maker's source code confirmed that the Moto X+1 will have 25 backplate options, which include cool hues like navy, turquoise, olive, royal blue, and warm colours such as red, orange, lemon lime, violet, crimson, purple, dark teal, raspberry and cabernet.
It will also have neutral colours such as purple, smoke, black, slate and chalk. Additionally, there will be leather backplates of black, grey, red, blue and wooden backplates of teak, rosewood, bamboo and ebony.
The handset will initially come in 16GB and 32GB storage options, with a 64GB variant slated for release in the future.