Motorola has a number of handsets under their name, some of them are even recognized as one of the best budget-friendly Android devices — Moto G, and more recently, the Moto E, and we have been hearing rumors about the Moto X+1.
There’s one thing that’s missing from all of the recent handsets, a 1080p display. All handsets from the company comes with 720p display, but it seems the upcoming handset from Motorola may feature a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Recently, Motorola’s Punit Soni posted a screenshot in response to a question related to Moto G, which is, surprisingly, 1080p and could have come from the new Moto X+1.
On Google+, the executive posted a screenshot in response to a Moto G issue which displays the carrier name in the status bar. He posted a screenshot, showing users that they have added an option in the Android 4.4.3 update that let users disable the option — it’s currently rolling out. Though the interesting bit is that the screenshot is not taken from the Moto G, but a device that boasts a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. There’s a possibility that Motorola executives are already testing an upcoming flagship device, probably the Moto X+1.
Rumors suggest that Motorola is working on the successor of the Moto X, dubbed as Moto X+1 which is expected to see the light of the day later this summer, and will come with a 1080p display. Although, there’s no official confirmation from Motorola about it, but is there a possibility that the screenshot is taken from it? Well, we don’t know, but there’s no harm in speculating I guess..
Let’s just take this rumor with a grain of salt, summer is here, and it won’t be long before the rumor mill will start revealing information about the alleged handset. We’ll update you if we get more information.
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