It's not been long that Google sold Motorola to the Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo and the latest rumors about the first device sprouting from the collaborative work of the latter two have already started springing up on the online world.
The news come from the official China Mobile Alliance Weibo account, where Zhang Hui of Lenovo (Mobile Business Group) has recently stated in an interview that Motorola and Lenovo's first handset would make an official appearance in October or November 2014. He further said that Lenovo will also release a new 4G phone by the end of June, also there will be "stunning" new products either announced or released in early September.
The problem here is that the source was not clear as to whether the upcoming device was the first Motorola smartphone launched by the company after Lenovo's acquisition, or if this handset is actually being developed by both Lenovo and Motorola from scratch.
If Lenovo and Motorola actually worked from the scratch for the new device, this puts the rumored Moto X+1 device in stake. Because back in January Google and Motorola was rumored to be working on the aforementioned device. There is no clue if Lenovo canceled the device or will release the device as well.
More information can be expected to unfurl soon about the upcoming device taking birth from the joint venture between Lenovo and Motorola. In the meantime, it is worth mentioning that Motorola Mobility has also appointed Amit Boni as the General Manager of India.