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With all of the leaks and rumors floating around about Motorola’s next smartphone lineup, it can certainly be difficult to keep all of them straight. We’ve already gotten a good look at what’s supposedly the Motorola Moto G (2015), but you didn’t think the rumor mill would leave out the next-generation Moto X, did you? A new leaked image that comes to us from Google+ user Roger Pretto, who works for Lenovo, shows us what’s purported to be the new Moto X’s back side.

As you can see from the image below, this device falls in line with basically every other leaked image we’ve seen thus far. The back looks to feature a smaller camera module with an aluminum accent that extends down to the iconic Motorola dimple. The edges are surrounded by an aluminum casing, making the whole thing resemble the design language of the Nexus 4.

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A leaked image appeared a few days ago that featured what’s supposedly the 2015 Moto G, Moto X, and two new DROID devices. The image above looks very similar to what the first leak claimed was the a new DROID device, though this image’s source claims that this is the new Moto X. Even though details are a little unclear at the moment, it’s still apparent that Motorola has settled on a design language that most of its next devices will feature.

We don’t know for sure when the 2015 Moto X will be officially announced, though Motorola just recently sent out invitations to events in NYC and London with the tagline “Your relationship status is about to change”. Those events are scheduled for July 28th, which is a little more than a week away, so it’s possible we could see the company’s new flagship launch then.

Motorola’s new smartphone lineup is looking better and better every day, but we’ll need to wait a little while longer before we actually see what the company has planned. What are your thoughts on the device? If the new Moto X actually looks like this when it launches, do you think you’d consider buying one? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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