Motorola’s long-awaited Moto X successor is here, and it’s called … the Moto X.

Motorola this morning debuted a revamped version of its flagship Android smartphone, which finally gives the company a high-end smartphone with a screen over 5 inches.

It may share the same name as its predecessor, and you can still customize the entire look of the phone, but the new Moto X is another beast entirely. It sports a significantly faster 2.5 gigahertz Snapdragon processor, a 5.2-inch display with a 1080p screen (the original Moto X was only 4.7-inches), and a more robust 13 megapixel camera. The phone still looks a lot like last year’s model, but its frame is now made out of metal, which should give it a more premium feel.

The new Moto X will be available later this month for $500 off-contract and unlocked, or as low as $99 with a two-year contract at some carriers.

Motorola seems to have addressed all of the specification concerns that turned off many techies from the original Moto X. That phone featured a processor that was slower than the competition last year, and it’s camera had plenty of issues. I ultimately ended up giving the original Moto X a very positive review, mostly for its forward-thinking implementation of voice commands, but there was certainly room for improvement.

The new Moto X is more directly competitive with other high-end Android smartphones (though most have moved beyond 1080p displays and are now including quad-HD displays today). You can still take advantage of Google Now using a voice command, and the device includes Motorola’s unique customization options as well. Now, on top of choosing wood for your Moto X’s rear cover, you can also choose genuine leather.

New Moto X Hands-on