With the rise of the Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphones and the new iPhone rolling out soon, Motorola just has to hold its grounds and fight to the teeth.
In this trail of thinking, what is Motorola up to these days? The answer seems to come from the TK Tech News website. Due to an alleged collaboration between the website and Motorola’s officials (whose names are not revealed), we have now a bunch of interesting leaks and photos related to the upcoming Moto X+1 smartphone. This is a new – gen handset that seems to be the real deal, as it looks like something we have seen before.
The tech journalists who saw the photos seem to be interested in the product:
Motorola’s next-generation flagship phone will not be assembled to order in an American factory like its predecessor, but it still looks like the “Moto X+1” will still have plenty to offer prospective buyers. According to a new leak that included several photos of the unreleased phone as well as key specs, the X+1 will be a dramatic improvement over the original Moto X, which was a mid-range smartphone with specs that were no match for market leaders at the time.
What is so “dramatic” about the upcoming Moto X+1 specs? Let’s see them as they were leaked by people close to the company:
- 1080p display
- 2GB of RAM
- 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage
- microSD card support
- 2 versions of upgraded camera
How will it look? Well, if you happen to have a Moto X nearby, you will see that the Moto X+1 looks pretty much the same, only a bit larger in size. But let’s see the presentation and gather all our info together:
The question related to this upcoming Motorola flagship smartphone is whether or not it will be able to stand against its competitors. Summing up the tech news in brief, let’s not forget that Apple is going to shake the very foundations of the smartphone market with its new iPhone. Samsung plays powerful cards with its Galaxy series and tomorrow Amazon is said to release its branded 3D smartphone. With all these in mind, it is hard to believe that Motorola will make it through. But let’s not bury this product before it shows up. The upcoming Moto X+1 is said to become available sometimes late August / early September this year. Stay tuned!