Moto X+1 Placeholder Listed on Company's US Site, This Time for AT&T

Moto X+1 Placeholder Listed on Company's US Site, This Time for AT&T
It seems nothing is going Motorola's way - after unintentionally listing the Moto X+1 placeholder on the Moto Maker site, the company has now listed the yet-to-be-announced Moto X successor on the company's US site.

Droid Life first spotted the 'Moto X+1 for AT&T' listing on the company's official site, (using the same FLEXR2 codename as the previous listing) which appears to be a placeholder for the unannounced device. The listing shows a Moto X (Review | Pictures) image, instead of a new Moto X+1 model, and has a price tag of $400, which is again a placeholder.

Droid Life in a report, further suggests that Motorola will announce the much-anticipated Moto X+1 on all three major US carriers - AT&T, Sprint and Verizon, much like the Moto X. The report also claims that the Moto X+1 will be available in Black, Blue, Grey and Red leather options. Earlier leaks have suggested that the Moto X+1 will come with 25 back panel colour options at launch.

Notably, Motorola back in February had tipped that the next version of Moto X was scheduled to launch late in the US summer. In addition, phone tipster @evleaks has been on a roll leaking information about the next Moto X. First the name 'Moto X+1' and later a list of customisation colours of the alleged Moto X successor were leaked by the tipster.

Another report noted a new handset, speculated to be the Moto X's successor, codenamed Motorola XT912A, whose specifications surfaced online in a benchmark result listing.

Last week, Motorola officially confirmed that it's hosting a special event on May 13, when the company is expected to unveil its "made to last [and] priced for all" smartphone.


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