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Images of alleged Motorola Moto X specs, benchmarks leak

New flagship smartphone will have a 4.5-inch screen and be powered by a dual-core Qualcomm S4 Pro processor, according to images published by Android Police.

Motorola is expected to introduce the Moto X on August 1.

After weeks of leaks, we might have the clearest picture possible of Motorola's Moto X.

Alleged leaked images obtained by the Android Police include spec sheets and benchmarks for the new smartphone, apparently confirming many of the rumors about features that have been circulating lately. The images are allegedly of an AT&T variant referred to as "ghost."

According to the images, Motorola's new flagship smartphone, which is expected to be released later this summer, will have a 4.5-inch screen and be powered by a dual-core Qualcomm S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. The images indicate the handset will run Android 4.2.2, support 802.11ac Wi-Fi and near field communications, and feature a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera and a 10.5-megapixel rear-facing camera with flash.

CNET has contacted Motorola for comment and will update this report when we learn more.

The Moto X, the first flagship handset to be released by Motorola Mobility since being acquired by the Web giant a year ago, represents Motorola's best chance in years to make inroads against Apple and Samsung. Google is reportedly expected to allow the unit to spend up to $500 million marketing the highly anticipated smartphone in the U.S. and overseas.

CNET has received an invite to the grand unveiling on August 1, but in the meantime, the leaks keep coming. On Saturday theUnlockr and @evleaks posted images of what both claim to be the first glamor shots of the new smartphone for the media.The handset will also include an always-on voice command feature that will allow users to initiate commands without touching a button on the handset, according to a new demonstration video that appears to come from Canadian wireless carrier Rogers.