Motorola 4G LTE phone on Facebook: Nothing but A False Alarm!

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Motorola 4G LTE phone on Facebook: Nothing but A False Alarm!
Quite an interesting move by renowned smartphone manufacturer Motorola! The company took on its official Facebook page on Tuesday and asked tech enthusiasts across the world to guess what their next 4G LTE smartphone will be!

Reportedly, the company released a censored picture of the its upcoming smartphone with a question mark sign on it. Meanwhile, Motorola has already given some clues on this upcoming 4G smartphone.

On the Facebook page of Motorola posted “Let’s play a game. Guess the smartphone.” They also indicated that details about the smartphone including its name will be revealed on the coming Friday.

Many assumed that the talk is about the highly anticipated Droid Razr HD or the Motorola Atrix HD, which were earlier rumored to be launched in July with hefty specifications.

However, the folks over Techradar were the first to bring out an exclusive report on the same, after talking to the company's spokesperson and declaring the social stunt as a 'False Alarm.'

"We're sorry for the confusion, but it's a Facebook game asking people to guess a current smartphone and not meant to come across as a new phone," said Becki Leonard, a Motorola spokeswoman in the report.

Supporting the same, Motorola’s chief communications officer, Jennifer Erickson, also denied the speculation saying, “It’s a phone already on the market.”

Further the company's representatives did not comment about the availability of the Droid RAZR HD and whether or not it will be announced soon."We don't comment on rumor or speculation," they were quoted in the report.

However, still, it has created more confusion for the tech gossipers. Honestly, what do you think ? Was Motorola was just trying to divert attention from the possibility of the device launch? Do share your thoughts in comments.

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