Motorola has been on, what could be called a resurgence. The company, once owned by Google, has recently found its footing with the popular Moto X and the even more successful Moto G. With their recent knack for getting trending with their devices such as the Moto E and their increasing success in markets such as India, it comes as no surprise that the manufacturer is already looking to release follow ups to their devices.
A recently released YouTube video, showed a Motorola device running on Android L. The device supposedly has a 1080p FullHD display and is larger than the LG made Nexus 5 – making the possible screen size at more than 5-inches. Keeping in mind recent rumours, the device looks like a viable candidate for the follow up to the Motorola Moto X, the Moto X+1. The device is said to come with a Super AMOLED display, similar to the Moto X, and a requirement for the popular Active Notification feature of the Moto X.
However, there is some speculation that this device may be a follow up to Motorola’s Droid line of devices which are exclusive to U.S. Telco Verizon due to the device running on the Telco’s network and also the branding present on the device as is common in the U.S.
While there is no confirmation whether the device is indeed the Moto X+1 or a Motorola Droid, some Motorola employees have confirmed via Hangouts chats that the device is indeed a legitimate Motorola device.
Source: TK Tech News, Android Community