Come July 28, Motorola will be unveiling two of the most-anticipated smartphones of 2015. One of them is the mid-range Moto G 2015 and the other is the high-end Moto X 2015. According to a new report, originated from Peru, a slew of fresh images of the third-generation Moto X 2015 have cropped up, giving away key details.

Unlike other Moto X series of smartphones, the upcoming Moto X 2015 will reportedly come with a frontal LED flash to capture killer selfies. It seems that Motorola is trying to capitalize on the selfie craze with the improvised front-facing camera unit. To top it off, one of the leaked images clearly shows the back of the handset, where the rear-facing camera unit is located alongside a dual LED flash. Readers can check out the leaked images from Peru Android: Link 1 and Link 2.

As far as the key Moto X 2015 specifications go, the handset will reportedly come with a whopping 5.7-inch display. However, Phone Arena says, a relatively smaller model packed with 5.2-inch display can also be expected from Motorola. Despite the difference in screen size, both variations will reportedly feature a QHD screen resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels.

Speaking of hardware components, another Phone Arena report says, initial rumors suggested that the Moto X 2015 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset. But now, it looks like Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 will apparently be part of the handset. To top it off, Verizon will reportedly be the exclusive carrier to sell the 5.7-inch model of Moto X. 

When it comes to camera configuration, the Moto X 2015 will flaunt a cool 16 MP rear-facing unit, in addition to a generous 5 MP front-facing snapper for selfies and video chats. On the software front, the phone will run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS, straight out of the box. Furthermore, the device will house a solid 3,280 mAh battery unit. In any case, readers should note that Motorola has not confirmed the Moto X 2015 specifications or features so far. On the other hand, as we near the release date, huge price cuts on the current-generation Moto X or Moto X 2014 can be expected.