While nothing is set in stone, one Motorola executive says the Moto X lineup of devices isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Earlier this week, the Lenovo-owned Motorola officially announced a brand new pair of flagship phones with the Moto Z and Moto Z Force. With the Moto Z now official, the question lingered: What was happening with the Moto X flagships-not-flagships? After all, Motorola did recently launch the Moto X Force in some international markets.
Well, according to a statement from Motorola, the Moto X brand is “alive and well”:
“Moto X is alive and well. In fact, Moto X Force recently launched in multiple new markets around the world. Moto X and Moto Z do share some great qualities, but they ultimately provide different experiences and make our portfolio more robust for consumers looking for the perfect smartphone to fit their needs. Tech-hungry consumers who are looking to get a brand new set of experiences from their smartphone will turn to Moto Z and Moto Mods.”
So the Moto Z and Moto Z Force are Motorola’s new flagships, but that doesn’t mean the Moto X is going anywhere. That means there’s the Moto E, a few new versions of the Moto G, versions of the Moto X, and at least two new Moto Z variants.
[via Android Police]