It does seem that Motorola is pretty happy with the relative success of their Moto X smartphone, so much so that they are churning out 100,000 Moto X phones per week from the Flextronics plant in Fort Worth, Texas. I guess demand for the device is not as drab as naysayers thought, right? Well, it seems that the smartphone business is not the only thing that Motorola is after at the moment, but they do seem to be concentrating on tablets as well.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside did mention to Engadget over at the company’s Fort Worth facility, saying, “That’s something we are working on, but [there's] nothing specific to talk about right now.” Could this very well be the long rumored Moto tablet X? Assuming that this is the new tablet that Woodside is talking about, let us keep our fingers and heart crossed that it is not going to go down the same path as that of previous efforts in the form of the Motorola Xoom and Xyboard. Alternatively, who are we to say that Motorola does not have plans for a phablet in the pipeline? All there is to it at the moment are just rumors, so we will have to sit this one out and wait for the real deal.
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