Moto X+1 Details Leaked On Twitter. Motorola’s Next Flagship?

It has been 8 months since the launch of Motorola Moto X and it is time to start wondering about its successor. It might not be released before the end of Q2 of 2014 but details have already started flowing in. Evan Nelson Blass, popular by his twitter handle @eveleaks, has revealed first details about a mysterious new device named Motorola Moto X+1.

A following tweet dropped hints about the possible use of leather in its design. No details about it, be it hardware internals or software of the device are available as of now but it might be powered by guts which are nothing less powerful than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and at least 2 GB of RAM.

It looks like Motorola has found its steam after getting acquired by Google (and then by Lenovo). After the launch of successful smartphones like the Moto X and the Moto G, they’ve also showcased their first smartwatch, the Moto 360 which is powered by Android for wearables. After the grand success of Moto G in India, Motorola launched the Moto X in India but it has not been as well received in comparison due to the lack of dual SIM card slots and the fact that it was introduced too late to the Indian market. Lenovo understands the importance of dual SIM smartphones in India and if Motorola can release a dual SIM variant of its upcoming flagship smartphone for markets like India and launch it in time, there is no reason why people wouldn’t want to buy it.

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[…] successor of the ultra-popular Motorola Moto X, the Moto X+1 will be launched this year. Its specifications have been accidentally revealed through a famous […]

April 8, 2014 9:58 am 9:58 AM
*Off topic:- *Before making this statement let me tell you that its not being done intentionally but the fact is that the No.1 paid app on Play Store happens to be a total Scam!!.The No.1 paid app which is virus shield happens to be developed by some developer who is charging users as much as 4$/240Rs for the app and the app has no security related codes.Whats even worse is that despite all this the app has a 4.7 rating on Play Store which again raises the question as of how effective Play Store’s app review process is. *Sony overtakes… Read more »
April 8, 2014 6:34 am 6:34 AM

FYI, Google sold moto to Lenovo