The Moto X is a foregone conclusion. We’ve seen it so many times by now, even in the hands of executives, that it’s just too hard to ignore. And now we’re seeing a model pop up for Verizon—rumors already suggested the device would show up on all four major carriers.
When the Moto X on Verizon hits, it’ll allegedly slot in alongside Motorola’s famous Droid handsets, which are also getting a hefty upgrade later this year. There’s not much to say about the picture you see above. It looks like any old smartphone from today, with a kind of Nexus 4 shape.
As noted by AndroidCentral, the above picture could indicate Android 4.3 will launch with the device, though that isn’t confirmed, of course. A recently leaked roadmap suggested the Moto X would land at the end of August, so we’re not all that far off. Whether it’ll come in a variety of materials remains to be seen.