The Moto X Force is yet to be launched in December but users can now catch a glimpse of what to expect from the unannounced handset from Motorola, thanks to the latest set of images leaked by Twitter tipster @Upleaks.

While the device carries the moniker "Bounce," it will officially be called the Moto X Force once it is released. The upcoming handset will purportedly feature a QHD display of 5.43 inches with 2,560 by 1,440 resolution, a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 processor, internal storage of either 32GB or 64GB, a RAM of 3GB, a 21MP main camera, a 5MP front camera and a 3,760mAh battery.

Attaching the word "Force" to the device gives an impression that it will be equipped with shatter-proof and ruggedized features to set it apart from Motorola's other handsets.

The company had so far released three new handsets in July: the Moto X Style, the Moto X Play and the third-generation Moto G. There's also the new Moto 360 smartwatch unveiled at IFA.

Upon closer look at the leaked images by @Upleaks, it also seems like the handset will sport the familiar metal plate at the rear, where users can find the LED flash placed right beneath the rear camera along with the company's logo. On the right side of the devices are the power, lock and volume buttons. The device also appears to have a metallic trim.

The second tweet doesn't really mention other information as far as the handset's specs are concerned. It only said that the device will be officially called. "Moto X Force, codenamed Bounce."

However, there's no indication on whether the new Moto X Force will be equipped with a fingerprint sensor, a feature that is common in most flagship devices.

"@oelkhateeb @upleaks How come? Why hasn't Motorola put fingerprint sensors on any of the phones they've announced so far," tweeted shad (@kalookakoo).

Prior to the Moto X Force's scheduled announcement in December, the company has begun accepting preorders for the Moto X Style, otherwise known as the Pure Edition. Users can either grab this opportunity to get one of the company's latest handsets or they can opt to wait for another three months to get their hands on Motorola's soon-to-be-released high-end device.

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