Last year Motorola launched Moto X and now company is busy to launch the successor to the previously launched Moto X, named Moto X+1. Motorola confirms the handset existence in February but unfortunately we did not get any other information besides the handset name but now Motorola’s President Product Management confirmed about the display size and resolution of the display.
According to the officials, the handset runs Android 4.4.3 upgraded version of Android operating system. The Moto X+1 has a 5.2 inches display with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolutions means this pixels resolutions provides the 423 pixel per inch density. This is the Motorola’s first smart phone having 1080 pixels resolution and there is no set present in the Motorola history with this resolution. Company Official VP confirms that the handset is the next generation of Moto X.
The screen is not powered with QHD display. The new Moto X+1 will be in the market somewhere in late July and all major US carriers offer this handset. It is expected that the handset gets the official announcement in a couple of weeks. Until the official confirmation we have to wait for this handset.