One of the devices that Motorola launched with much hope in collaboration with Google was the Moto X. Claimed to be fully customizable, Motorola didn't have much to stir excitement among the fans thus Google took the opportunity to sell the company to Chinese tech firm Lenovo.
However, that doesn't seem to discourage Motorola, that's why we saw the advent of the low-end Moto G and Moto E which nearly swept the low-mid range Android market, at least in Asian countries.
Moreover, it appears that Mototrola is even working harder to come up with another device called by the name of Moto X+1. The alleged image of the handset has in fact been leaked online via Google+.
Apart from the sexy look of the Moto X+1, it features 5.2-inch 1080p display. It appeared on Chinese site as well called tieba.baidu.
Although there is no detail on the specs of the handset at the moment, except the display size, we can assume it to be much more better than the Moto X which is still trying to make some difference in the market.
Also it should be noted that Motorola is on the verge to shut down a year-old Moto X assembly plant in Texas.
At the moment the only two smartphones from Motorola that are selling like hot cakes are the Moto G and Moto E. The reason is simple. The company has offered Android KitKat OS in these handsets and are priced around Rs. 13,000 and Rs. 7,000 in Indian market respectively.