Motorola has confirmed its plans to host press events in New Delhi and London to launch a new phone, which reports suggest could be either the Moto E or the successor to the Moto X.
The company is yet to reveal incremental details around the speculated device it plans to launch officially on May 13, which will be it's first such move under the leadership of Lenovo.
In the meantime, Motorola has confirmed the name of the successor to the Moto X as Moto X+1. Yes, you heard it right!
Motorola has added a placeholder for the Moto X+1 on its Moto Maker website. Motorola has since adjusted the website, but that pretty much confirms the existence of the device.
Previous leaks suggested that Moto X would hit the market in the "late summers". Motorola's use of the phrase "made to last," could be related to the rugged version of the Moto X.
Is Motorola planning to launch a waterproof Moto X with tweaked hardware? Well, it's too early to comment on which new product from Motorola is waiting to be unfold on May 13.
However, secrets about Motorola's new device continue to leak, and the latest leak includes spec sheet of the Moto X+1. The successor to the Moto X would feature a 5.2-inch FHD display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 12MP rear-facing camera, and 32GB of on-board memory.
That being said, the original Moto X didn't have high-end specifications, so it wouldn't be a surprise to expect mediocre internal hardware from the forthcoming Moto X +1.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!