A new set of Moto X+1 photos emerged online, giving a clear look at the upcoming handset.
The Moto logo on the phone's back could be, in fact, a power button, which can also be programmed for other shortcuts. The MOTO app is visible on the handset's home-screen, which means there will be some additional software features.
The front panel is decorated with four sensors, which suggests they can function as depth measurers for a possible 3D-enabled interface, or serve the MOTO app somehow - perhaps gesture controls.
For all we know, the Moto X+1 could be revealed on September 4, with the phone possibly coming to Verizon two weeks later, on September 17.