Motorola To Launch 6.3 Inch Phablet in Q3 2014 [Report]

By Anuj

Google selling Motorola Mobility to China's Lenovo group left many shocked. With the passing time, Motorola emerged as a winner with the success of the Moto X and Moto G.

In fact, the Motorola Moto G went on to become a huge hit particularly in India due to its affordable pricing.

Now, once again Motorola is rumored to bring a new smartphone in the market. Apparently, the company is working on a 6.3-inch smartphone, dubbed the Motorola XPlay.


If latest rumors are to be believed, Motorola could announce its 6.3-inch handset in the third quarter of 2014.

This is not first time when we have heard about Motorola producing a large screen phone.

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Motorola To Launch 6.3 Inch Phablet in Q3 2014 [Report]

Previous reports in the past had suggested that Motorola would launch reveal a 6.3-inch handset Xplay smartphone after the Moto X.

However, due to unknown reasons the company has been forced to push back the release date.

Now all of a sudden, Motorola's purported handset is yet again making news. According to the same source that previously provided details around the Moto X and Moto G, is now claiming that the Motorola Xplay phablet release date has been finalized.

However, the name Xplay is not mentioned anymore, nor is the exact display size of the device, so no one is sure whether the forthcoming would feature a 6.3-inch display.

It is widely assumed that Motorola's upcoming 6.3-inch smartphone will be launched under different name. Thus the leaked information might not be true. We will not know until information about the Xplay is officially released from Motorola themselves.

Source - GforGames , Weibo

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