Moto X (2015) Release Date Pegged For August/September

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    The Motorola Moto X (2015) is one of the most highly-anticipated premium handsets yet to come after the release of the Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 and HTC One M9. Motorola was supposed to unveil the device at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, but the tech giant categorically declined to unveil the device at MWC 2015.

    The Moto X (2014) is now 6 months old, and as expected, one should expect to see the device in the second half of 2015. Yes, you heard it right!

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    Moto X (2015) Release Date Pegged For August/September

    Rick Osterloh, Motorola's President, today confirmed that the handset manufacturer will try "to stay on a roughly annual cycle for all of our products, including Moto X." This obviously means that the third-generation Moto X could be showcased around the August/September time frame.

    Motorola Moto X (2015): Expectations, Rumors and More

    During the Mobile World Congress (MWC), there were still some folks who were expecting to see the third-generation Moto X. However, the lack of rumors before the event was a clear indicator that Motorola, now a Lenovo company, was not ready to launch the high-end device.

    While the Moto X (2015) may have missed the MWC 2015 in Barcelona, it still promises to outrank the likes of the Apple iPhone 6.

    Based on some media reports, the Moto X (2015) will come with a Snapdragon 810 processor inside, probably a QHD display and a better camera. In fact, last month, Motorola and Qualcomm confirmed that a new Moto flagship device powered would be introduced this year. Both companies had confirmed that the Snapdragon 810 would be featured in this year's edition device.

    So far, Motorola has shared no details or teasers, so we'll have to wait and see.

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