Motorola is looking to keep its presence felt in the smartphone market even though its collaboration with Google recently ended after the company was sold off to Lenovo. According to reports, Lenovo will look to make the most out of Motorola's future plans, with a couple of those plans involving a 6-inch phablet and a smartwatch.
While there are no further details about these future-based devices, it can be safely guessed that the 6-inch phone will be running on Android. But that's not all. Apparently, Motorola is also planning to introduce its second-generation Moto X device with expectations high that the Lenovo acquisition will not put any kind of dents in those plans.
Revealed via GForGames, the report related to that states that guys out there have "found information suggesting that the Motorola line-up for 2015 is already designed."
"More so, the same goes for the new Moto X - Lenovo will not change anything, except maybe for the location where the customization will take place (probably in one of Lenovo's China based factories, in addition to Motorola's Forth Worth plant)."
However, while reports are next to few about a possible Moto X sequel that could be launched this year, or in 2015, it is for sure that "the 2015 line-up allegedly consists in various devices, including a 6-inch phablet and a smartwatch."
Moreover, the idea of a 6-inch phablet and smartwatch from Motorola is actually not that far fetched. Lenovo, which is now set to take over Motorola from Google, will look to clear out everything by releasing all the planned Motorola devices before it can release its own Lenovo-designed Motorola gadgets.
Nonetheless, 2015 is still a long way to go and only time will tell if these reports of a new phablet and a smartwatch from Motorola are actually true or not.