If the latest rumor coming in from China is to be believed, the budget oriented Moto DVX is not the only device that Motorola is working on at the moment. Apparently the company is also developing a successor to the Droid Ultra, the Verizon exclusive smartphone that was released back in August this year. It is actually too soon for the Droid Ultra to get a successor, so there’s the possibility that Droid Quantum is actually Motorola’s 2014 Droid offering, the company has got us used to seeing it release a smartphone under this brand every year.
The other product Motorola is said to be working on is a smartphone and tablet hybrid, which are affectionately known in tech parlance as phablets. Supposedly called Motorola Xplay, the phablet is said to have a 6.3 inch display, which makes it larger than the Galaxy Note 3 and the unreleased HTC One Max. This would actually be Motorola’s first phablet offering, so it’ll be interesting to see how the device performs. No detailed information about the specifications of both devices is available as yet, and there’s obviously no word on pricing and availability. If these products are destined to be released, it is likely that we’ll be hearing and possibly even be seeing more of them in the near future.
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