Motorola ?seems to be up to something, as leaksters revealed what appears to be the company?s next flagship device, Moto X?s successor ? the Moto X+1.
Rumors about the Moto X+1 are now roaming around the tech world, after an image of it was deliberately published on Twitter announcing that the upcoming version will be known as Moto X+1 or +X1.
It could be remembered that during the Mobile World Congress 2014, Motorala did not just announce that they’re developing a smartwatch but more so, that they will be releasing a successor of Moto X this summer.?Some believe that the leak of the Moto X+1 shed light to what Motorola had announced during the mobile congress.
Moto X and the Mobile World Congress 2014
Moto X first appeared in the U.S. in August 2013 giving the users the choice to design their own phone plus to control it by voice when their hands are occupied.
In their official website, Motorola advertises the customizable smartphone by describing it this way: ?Moto X is ready when you are. It responds to your voice?no touching necessary. Twist your wrist twice, it becomes your camera. Information quietly appears on the screen?it doesn?t interrupt and it’s battery friendly. Moto X runs on Android, which let you take Google with you, wherever you go. You’ll have access to more than 1 million apps and games on Google Play?. It?s the world?s most popular platform, and it?s always getting better.
Moreover, during the Mobile World Congress 2014, Motorola announced that they?d been acquired by Lenovo for a relatively @2.91 billion. And Motorola believes that being sold to Lenovo will give them the ?opportunity to partner on mobile to a larger degree.?
It could also be remembered that during the MWC, Motorola announced that it is broadening its Moto maker to support more countries. Rick Osterloh, Motorola senior vice-president, said that Moto Maker will be in Europe and Mexico in the second quarter of 2014, beginning with the U.K., Germany, and Mexico.
Moto Maker is Motorola?s online studio that lets users to design their own smartphone. Users can choose the colors, and decide on the details: front, back, accents, memory, wallpapers, even add a name or a short message. Once done, Motorola will assemble the customer-designed Moto X in the USA and ship it to you for free in 4 days or less.
Today, Moto X is available as Motorola Moto X XT1058 for AT&T; Motorola Moto X XT1053 for T-Mobile; Motorola Moto X XT1052 for Europe; Motorola Moto X XT1056 for Sprint; Motorola Moto X XT1060 for Verizon; and Motorola Moto X XT1055 for U.S. Cellular.
(Photo courtesy of?http://www.motorola.com/us)