You might have noticed that it’s been a while we haven’t heard a single announcement by Motorola regarding its upcoming devices. The company also swapped its CEO Rick Osterloh with Aymar de Lencquesaing, though its interesting news.
Though, the company, which is now a Lenovo subsidiary, suggested that we would soon see Moto E, Moto G and Moto X devices. It seems that upcoming Moto X smartphone will be called Moto X3. The name is mentioned in Zauba listing, which is a website that tracks imports and exports to and from India. The website lists the smartphone as "Motorola Moto X3", although it seems that Motorola logo won’t appear on the final product and it will be replaced with Lenovo.
According to the grapevine, the mobile will be a single SIM GSM phone and it will feature a 5-inch display. In fact there is no official information about the device so we don’t know much about it. The X3 name is confusion but Motorola has a variety of smartphones in its line-up such as latest device Moto X Pure Edition, but there was never a Moto X2 device. Apart from that Zauba reveled names of many unannounced devices so we believe that Moto X3 device will land in the Android mobile world.
A couple of days ago, we also heard about two devices that are not released yet, the model number XT1700 and XT1706, hence we don’t know the exact names. It is possible that these two handsets will be from Moto E series. The both devices will features like 5-inch 720p displays, will be powered by quad-core MediaTek processors, equipped with 2 GB of RAM, and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This is what we know right away, but we will update you with the latest news about the Motorola device.
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