Recently there were lots of rumors doing the round about the possibility of Motorola launching successor of its flagship Moto X. The successor as has been revealed by many bloggers might be named as Moto X+1. But recently a Russian mobile blog leaked about the possible launch of 64 GB version of Motorola’s flagship Moto X soon. Earlier only 16 GB and 32 GB versions were made available by Motorola mobility. This clearly indicates that Motorola has not yet completely given up on its current flapship and there is still some time left before we finally get to see the Moto X+1.
So if you were earlier complaining about the scarce storage space on Moto X, then it may be time to reconsider your decision. Moto E might have taken away lime light from Moto X for some time but Moto X still remains one of the best Android smartphone available in the market. Forbes magazine even wrote an article describing Moto X as “The Android Handset That Changed The Smartphone World. Moto X is one device which can’t be judged by typical specs sheet mind set. Moto X has to be used to feel what it really stands for, it brings that awesome user experience which until recently only iPhone used to boast of.
Moto X has some really cool and user friendly features like always on voice controls, active display notifications, Moto Assist app which really differentiate it from overwhelming android crowd out there. Motorola has designed a cutom X8 mobile computing chip for Moto X. It has recent Adreno 320 GPU coupled with dual core application processor and one core each for active display and voice controls. Active display and voice controls just work flawlessly on this smartphone.
Motorola’s manufacturing division has been acquired by Lenovo now and it will be interesting to see if it comes up with minor upgrade for Moto X or it surprizes us with a major change in design and hardware. This 64 GB upgrade is certaily a big move from Motorola as Moto X does not have expandable memory and this 64 GB boost might persuade some of the fence sitters to go for Moto X.
Thankfully the pricing is not steep at $450 for 64 GB, it is only $100 pricier than 16 GB and only $50 pricier than 32 GB version. Now only thing you need to do is to wait for this 64 GB version to be made public on Moto Maker website!