When @evleaks tweets something, you can bet it’s going to come true in a matter of weeks. So, after tweeting about the Samsung Ativ SE and new Nokia Lumia phones, the leakster has detailed Motorola’s next flagship. Apparently, it will be called Motorola Moto X+1.
As you know, Motorola has been purchased by Lenovo, but they promised that the acquisition will not affect their projects that started before the buyout. This means that the Moto X+1 is still designed in the spirit of Motorola and it will probably keep or enhance the Moto Maker project, that allowed users to customize the back panels of their handsets with color patterns.
Now, thanks to Lenovo’s wider distribution, the new Moto X will probably reach the global market faster, unlike its predecessor, that in some countries is only now getting launched. We have no specs for the Moto X+1, but I expect a CPU bump, a better camera, more RAM and who knows how many new sensors and touchless gestures.