Evan Blass, who recently retired from his full time gig of sharing countless leaks under the moniker @evleaks on Twitter, has shared one last image—depicting in both black and white versions what looks to be the much-rumored and much-hyped Moto X+1. And just a couple weeks ahead of Motorola’s September 4th press event, it won’t be long before we see this device in the flesh.

The photo shows us a few things beyond the visual appearance of the device, including confirmation of it coming to at least one of the major US carriers: Verizon. You can see the front facing speakers on both colors of the device, what looks like two small LED lights on both sides of the camera, and a Motorola logo as big as the camera itself.

The white model, as you can see on the right, has been decked out with a rather attractive bamboo back with what looks like an aluminum frame, and the black model seems to have a matte finish. All in all, this is a nice ending to the leakings of Evan, and I would considerate the renders a very nice retirement gift indeed.


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