Import and export tracking website have listed the much-anticipated Motorola Moto X3 smartphone. Motorola-owned Lenovo will be launching the next smartphone in Moto X-series and it is named as Moto X3.
The listing further hints that the Motorola Moto X3 could sport a 5-inch display and will feature single-SIM. Last month, the units were shipped to India from the United States of America, hints the Zauba listing.
The listing has also said that the Moto X3 would be priced at Rs. 4,812 (AU$ 95.88); however, it is worth noting that import/export website price listings are only declared values so it does not resemble the accurate reflections of the actual market price. Roland Quandt of Winfuture.de was the first to spot the listing, cites NDTV.
Moto X3 could be the first handset in the Motorola lineup which would have the “Moto by Lenovo” branding unless the Zauba listing turns out to be true. By the end of 2015, reports suggested that Lenovo has confirmed its intensions to overhaul the Moto brand and replace it with “Moto by Lenovo.” So the leaked Moto X3 is very unlikely to have just the Motorola branding. However, the news about the replacement of the name for Moto X is not confirmed, so we will have to wait for the handset’s unveiling and its new branding.
Earlier, several images regarding the Moto G 2016 and Moto X 2016 prototypes were leaked on the internet.
In recent few weeks, the company has been rolling out the Android Marshmallow OTA update for its smartphones in India. The budget Moto G (Gen 3) and Moto X Play handsets got the update.
So following the bandwagon, Motorola Moto X (2015) can be expected to be launched between August and September. Indian online shopping website, Flipkart also sells the smartphones similar to its recent smartphones, notes Smartphone and Price.
The devices can be expected to be launched in Australia in the same period.