Lenovo-owned Motorola has not released any devices so far. However, the company had promised that the mid-range Moto G 2016, the flagship Moto X 2016 and the entry-level Moto E 2016 are gearing up for release.

Android Authority has sourced photos of the alleged Moto G 2016. In fact, a video showing the device cropped up a couple of hours back on YouTube. However, now, the YouTube user has made the video private.

Many tech portals that got a glimpse of the video reported that the Moto G 2016 comes with on-screen buttons instead of physical buttons. On the contrary, earlier rumors suggested that this device will feature a fingerprint scanner on the home button. However, with this new leak, it seems that the mid-range Motorola device may not carry a scanner.

The camera bump on the back of the handset was reportedly visible. Plus, the device is not completely flat as it wobbled on a flat surface.

The power button and volume rocker are located on the right side edge of the device. A USB charging port was visible at the bottom. The Moto G 2016 has a speaker at the top of the display and as expected, the handset’s rear panel can be removed.

Meanwhile, serial leakster @evleaks has uploaded a photo of an upcoming device in Pristine White hue named "Moto G4 Plus."

Moving on to the Moto X 2016, a leaked photo, believed to be that of a prototype, showed a Moto batwing logo at the top left corner of the device. The photo clearly pointed to a fingerprint scanner at the bottom. Other rumored features include USB Type-C connector, front-facing flash and 5.0-inch display.

However, readers should note that Motorola has not confirmed Moto X 2016 or Moto G 2016 specifications thus far.