Moto unveiled the Moto X lineup back in 2013, although the company hasn’t been consistent with a launch every year. For example, there was no Moto X device launched in 2016, but there was one this year. This uncertainty led to fans questioning the future of the lineup. But if a new revelation by Evan Blass is to be believed, the lineup is here to stay.
Today, during IFA 2017, the Lenovo officially announced a series of new devices, including one new Moto X-series smartphone.
Disappointed by the Moto Z2 Force — Moto’s flagship handset for 2017? Well, Moto plans on reviving its X series this year with the Moto X4. Bringing the line back from the dead after almost two years, the Moto X4 will have a lot riding on its shoulders when it is released later this year.