One of Motorola’s most valued feature for its current flagship, the MotoX, is the MotoMaker. A service which allows a huge amount of customization for the phone including, back plate options such as wood and bamboo, wallpapers, the faceplate of the phone and even engraving your logo or name on the back. All this comes with a promised arrival 3 days after you place your order on the MotoMaker website. But before you go scurrying to the site to get your customised MotoX, the feature hasn’t arrived in Asia yet; only being available in the U.S., U.K. and certain other European countries.
Why is this so important for this update? Well, the MotoX is available on the site under a URL “FLEXR1” and a few of our friendly neighbourhood netizens were curious where they would go with the URL “FLEXR2”. What they found was a in construction site with a few broken images but it contained a button with “MotoX+1 Details” and clicking on it takes you back to the Motorola Mobility homepage. The link has since been removed.
Whilst MotoX+1 could be a placeholder for the actual name of the device, the appearance of it in the site leaves lends plausibility that it could possibly be its final market name. The MotoX+1 is rumoured to have a 5.2-inch 1080p FullHD display with a Snapdragon 800 processor and a 12-megapixel camera. If Motorola continues its stride from last year, we’re looking at a close to stock version on KitKat (4.4.3) running on this device.
Source: Motorola, TechnoBuffalo, Android Central