More details about the Moto X 2016 have surfaced and it appears that the next-gen flagship from Motorola may be packing in quite a punch.

TechWeb, a Chinese tech blog, has got it hands on an image which shows-off the interiors of an upcoming flagship, which is believed to be the Moto X 2016. What catches the eye in the image is a thin metal pipe, which will act as a cooling solution.

Fans may probably be wondering why the device will require a coolant ? It turns out that the Moto X 2016 may arrive powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 processor. There have been rumors about the latest processor having heating issues and that is probably why the installation of the sleek metal pipe.

Early rumors have also hinted at Moto X 2016 embedding the Snapdragon 820 processor and with the device gearing up to arrive in the latter half next year, it only seems fitting that it comes incorporating the latest from Qualcomm.

Fans can head here to view the images of what is allegedly the internals of Moto X 2016.

Last week, what was thought to be the images of Moto X 2016 were leaked by CnBeta and the chassis was a fry cry from what has been seen so far on the flagship’s predecessors. If the images are anything to go by, then Motorola is gearing up to launch the next-gen device with a full metal body.

What fans will relate to is the similar shape of the handset along with the company logo. The accent which runs from the camera up to the logo is missing in the image and the lens is really large. The rear panel also features holes at the base, probably for the speakers. It will be quite interesting to see whether the company launches a full metal body flagship device.

Tech aficionados can take a peek at the images of the metal chassis here.