Moto X+1 appears on the Moto Maker website tipping at imminent Launch
Former Google acquired company Motorola confirmed its plans to hold events in London and New Delhi to unleash its new phone that is priced for all hinting that it could be the Moto E. But, the vendor is also in talks to launch the successor of Moto X dubbed Moto X+1. Lately, Motorola had listed a place holder for the Moto X+1 smartphone on its Moto Maker website confirming the existence of the device.
The Moto Maker service allows users to craft their Moto X that has the codename FLEXR1, but as the listing shows the codename FLEXR2 it very much tips at the Moto X follow-up, the Moto X+1.
Though the link is broken now, the Moto X+1 name is confirmed as it was there in the page as well as in the page title. Though the event is said to feature the rumored Moto E, there is an increased possibility for us to witness the Moto X+1 as well. It is gossiped that the phone will feature wood and leather rear options.
As far as the rumored specifications are concerned, the Moto X+1 (XT912A) is said to feature a 5.2-inch FHD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz coupled with a 2GB of RAM and Android 4.4.3 KitKat. Also, there could be a 12MP primary snapper with LED flash, 2MP front camera and an internal storage capacity of 32GB.
This comes in as a surprise as the Moto X did not pack high-end specs on-board.