The Motorola-Lenovo partnership since the Lenovo company acquired the tech company has been one that works with the release of several smartphones which have continued to put the brand out there. However, Lenovo seemed to have suffered a bit from its earlier indecision to take up the Motorola name after acquiring the company, but all that seems to have been resolved with the new management on board.
The tech company in its goal to channel and churn out more products to keep its fans buy has been rumored to be working on a number of device with recent reports indicating that the tech company is working on releasing the Moto C and the C Plus variant which will come to market as the cheapest smartphones from the company till date.
However, the company looks to be bringing more than that to the market as recent information as pointed to the fact that the tech company may be looking to add another to the Moto Z lineup which means that fans may most likely be getting a successor to a device which has been released previously.
Seeing as the tech company looks to have retired the Moto X line as it failed to update the lineup in 2016, there was not much hope on the device but it looks like the tech company is about to change the speculations as recent report indicate that there may be a 2017 Moto X in the works which should be expected in the market sometime around November.
According to the report which surfaced online earlier in the week with series of leaks, the images suggests that the device may most likely come into the market with a rather disappointing design.
The new leaks suggest that the tech companies, Motorola and Lenovo are finding a comfortable ground with the design of the new Moto G5 and thus may be looking to replicate it on the Moto X lineup with the upcoming device sporting a curved back and edges.
The leaks, however, come into view with pretty odd inclusions which include a micro USB as against the USB Type-C which has been the primary feature of several devices in the market.
Motorola, however, did not forget to include the traditional 3.5 mm headphone jack on this one as the device is expected to hit the market running actively on the Snapdragon 625 processor with as much as 3GB or 4GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage space.