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Thursday, 16 October 2014

Rumor: Motorola working on a Non-Nexus Moto X Plus

Moto X Plus

Rumor: Motorola working on a Non-Nexus Moto X Plus

AAKASH CHANDRA 
It all makes sense now! Everyone was wondering why the new Nexus is more expensive than the handset it is based on (aka the Moto X), but it turns out that Motorola is working on a big daddy version of the Moto X which may be available for sale later this year for a heftier price tag. The Moto X plus (or whatever they decide to call it) has a few upgrades from the Nexus 6.
The Moto X plus retains the mammoth 5.9 inch QuadHD display and Snapdragon 805 chipset along with Adreno 405 GPU. You will also get 32 and 64 GB storage capacities on this big version Moto X, however, you will also get expandable storage upto 128 GB thanks to a microSD card and a bumped up 16 MP camera sensor.
The camera on the Moto X plus will reportedly shoot 240 fps 720p video just like the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and will also get OIS. Although these few changes may not warrant a non Nexus badge, but the news may deter some from buying the Nexus handset as expandable storage may become a big selling point.
We are still trying to get more details on the actual reality of the story, however our sources fail to negate the story, while not adding a lot. We will have to take this with a pinch of salt.