Serial tipster @Evleaks may be signing off, or as he puts it "retiring" but he is leaving us with this juicy leak, the Moto X+1 in a high quality press render. The smartphone flagship from Motorola is due to land at the company's launch event in Chicago on September 4th alongside the Moto G budget device and the Moto 360 smart watch.
Motorola launched the Moto X flagship and the budget Moto G through the summer of 2013 and heralded a new dawn for the company. However, things went really quiet on the Moto front and the company stopped releasing smartphones, aside from the Moto E entry level device. That is going to change according to a rumour that says the American company will blitz the market with new hardware before the year is out.
Motorola's Moto 360 smart watch has the potential to shape the wearable market for the future, and will certainly be its most defining product to date.
Now that we know that the Moto X+1 will arrive during Motorola's press event in Chicago on September 4th, we can turn our attention to what the device will look like and how it will perform. A new leak today has the former covered as it shows the front panel of the X+1 and reveals that Motorola has updated the design.
Motorola is going to launch a new Moto X+1, a new Moto G, and the Moto 360 wearable in a couple of weeks. That?s all a fact, you can take it to the bank as the company has sent invites for a September 4th press event in Chicago, and those teaser invites were not very subtle.
It is pretty much a certainty that Motorola has been developing a sequel to its Moto X flagship from last year, and the so-called Moto X+1 will be launched at the company's big event in Chicago on September 4th.
We have just received an invite for a Motorola Moto event in Chicago on September 4th, where the company is going to launch a new device.
An unknown Motorola device has shown up on GFXBenchmark and arrives with a codename we have seen before "Shamu". That codename has cropped up previously through the summer and there seems to be a few possibilities as to what it could be, especially as it is running top end hardware like a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801.
Motorola is launching its new flagship, the Moto X+1 at the end of September, but fans of the American company will not have to wait until then to get their next Moto device. Yes, we are expecting the Moto 360 soon as well, but the new Moto G is also in the pipeline, and according to GSM Arena it will be landing in the coming weeks before the Moto X+1.
The replacement for the Motorola Moto X smartphone flagship has been discussed numerous times in the last few weeks as the imaginatively called Moto X+1 is due to land this summer. The details about the launch of the handset and its finalized specs have become a littler clearer today as it showed up on benchmarks.