Motorola might have been flogged off to Lenovo by Google, but of course it's business as usual for the firm right now, with it seemingly being ready to pop out a new flagship Android handset.
And this will be a follow up to the Moto X – which will be called... wait for it... (no idea why we're trying to drum up suspense seeing as you've seen the name in the article title already, but...) – it's the Moto X +1.
Not a great name, in our humble opinion. What was wrong with the Moto X2, for example?
Short, sweet, and a post that's certainly made a few folks step back from pulling the trigger on a new phone until the specs for this effort are revealed – which will presumably be in the very near future. Current rumours place the device with a 4.7in 720p screen and a 1.7GHz dual-core processor.
The Moto X was late in coming to the UK, but the Moto G arrived in a timely fashion and caused quite a stir, helping Motorola rack up a 6 per cent market share in smartphones in this country (from next to nothing before the Moto G). Folks will perhaps be more interested to hear about a G +1 (though that sounds a bit like the official phone of Google's social network – but then, the G2 is already taken by LG... so maybe that's why we have the X +1).