The cheaper cousin of the Motorola Moto X has again leaked online. New images of the phone showing the fully assembled device have appeared at FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) data base. Photos of the phone leaked at FCC database look pretty similar to the leaked back panel images of the phone which appeared online a few days back.
Design of the Motorola DVX
is almost similar to its flagship cousin, but placement of the speaker grill and the front facing shooter is different than its bigger brother which makes it look like a bit different device. Some other leaked reports confirmed that the phone will be featuring a removable back panel and it will be supporting GSM + WCDMA networks but there will be no LTE connectivity & it might also not come with Near Field Communication support.
Motorola DVX will be having a bit smaller display than its flagship brother and don’t expect it come with high-end smartphone features. Price and availability date of the device is also not available at the moment but it is expected to retail around $200 in the United States. Recently leaked photos of the phone suggested that it will be launched in four different color variants.
Not a lot of details regarding the cheaper version of the Motorola Moto X are available at the moment but company’s CEO Dennis Woodside commented the phone will be launched in the prepaid and the emerging markets across the globe soon. We will update you more about the cheaper Moto X after learning any official word from the company.