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.
Serial leaker Mr. Gadget has revealed some of the specs and software features that will arrive with the Moto 360 smart watch later this summer.
In terms of flagship devices, the Motorola Moto X is getting a little long in the tooth, so much so that the flagship is due to be replaced by the Moto X+1 sometime at the end of this summer. However, thanks to Motorola's soon to be severed ties to Google, the device is still extremely close to the Android platform and the company has confirmed it will be one of the non-Google handsets to get the Android L update.
With Motorola's Moto 360 smart watch surely due to land anytime, the anticipation for the wearable people actually want is growing. Since being revealed earlier this year, the Moto 360 has gained consumer recognition like no smart watch before it, with much of the demand coming from its round face and seemingly high end build.
If you own the Moto X in the US and are using the country's biggest carrier Verizon, then you should take a gander at the devices update page. That?s because Big Red has been given the Android 4.4.4 update from Motorola and just needs to approve it before rolling it out.
If you have been craving some information about the upcoming Moto G sequel then you should take a look at this reported rear cover from the device.