Moto X (2014) is expected to get replaced by a successor model later this year. It's speculated that Motorola is working on the Moto X (Gen 3). A new four-minute video clip has cropped up that shows the purported Moto X (Gen 3) in action along with its specs.

The video that has been uploaded on Total Tech’s YouTube channel shows the rear side of the alleged Moto X 2015 handset with Bamboo finish, claims NDTV. The rear also sports a distinctive metal plate that starts from the top and extends to the middle of the device. The camera and its dual LED flash are at the top portion of the metal plate; the bottom portion is the Motorola logo. NDTV adds that the front of the device has sensors on the left and right side of the speaker.

According to the video, the Moto X 2015 handset has a model number of XT1097. It is seen sporting a 5.64 Quad HD resolution supporting display. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon chipset. However, the exact details of the chipset are not known. It comes with 3 GB of RAM. The Moto X (Gen 3) will come with 21 GB of available internal storage space, USB Type-Cm stereo speakers and build options such as plastic, wood and leather. Phone Arena claims the Moto X (Gen 3) will be released in two versions. The first model will be come with a 5.2-inch Quad HD display and the second is rumored to be a Verizon Wireless exclusive with a 5.7-inch Quad HD display.

NDTV adds that the model number of the device shown in the video matches the previously speculated unreleased handset code-named Clark. This device is the one that is expected to be exclusively made available by Verizon. The other purported Moto X (Gen 3) model is code-named Kingzie. It is expected to feature a Snapdragon 810 chipset equipped with an octa-core processor, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and 640 dpi.

As of this writing, Motorola has not confirmed any of the rumored information of the successor model for Moto X (Gen 2). Also, Motorola has not commented on the video released by Total Tech.

Source: YouTube / Total Tech