Among all the smartphone makers who have made their announcements at the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2014, in Barcelona, Spain, Samsung and Sony have already been the two manufacturers which have impressed their respective fans globally. However, it seems like Motorola might have a word or two in that respect.
While others have been busy with the announcements, Motorola which was recently acquired by Lenovo from Google might have something to show tonight.
So far, the company's latest device called by the name of Quark X has surfaced online. No need to get all excited already because only the name of the device has hit the web. Obviously, the information comes from the most sensational Twitter user @evleaks who has posted a tweet that reads, "What's Motorola doing during MWC? Working on the Quark X."
Unfortunately, so far no one knows whether the name belongs to a smartphone, a wearable device or something else. But chances are that it could be a successor to the company's Moto X smartphone. And it should be noted that irrespective of whatever this device could be, it will not be seen anywhere on the Mobile World Congress floor today.
What's Motorola doing during MWC? Working on the Quark X.— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 25, 2014
On the other hand, Motorola might make a brief mention of the Project Ara at the event tonight. But we have not got any information pertaining to what the company will be doing today. We will keep you updated soon. Stay tuned to GizBot!