Motorola may have quite a few phones available on the market right now in plenty of different regions around the world, but they weren’t quite done yet.
Announced on Tuesday, January 6, Motorola has revealed that it is sending a trio of devices over to China in the very near future. Starting with the Moto X Pro, which appears to be a Nexus 6 variant minus any of the elements that would make it a pure Nexus-branded device. As far as the other bits of specifications go, it’s all Nexus 6-like in the Moto X Pro, including a 6-inch display with a resolution of 2560×1440. There’s a quad-core processor under the hood clocked at 2.7GHz, front-facing speakers, and a 13-megapixel camera on the back. There’s a 3220mAh inside, too.
Not to be left behind, the second-generation Moto X is also making its way to China, too. Unsurprisingly, this is the same exact Moto X (2nd Gen.) that’s seen a release in other markets, but Motorola is offering a limited time customization option for the Spring Festival, letting potential owners in the region to vote on color combinations.
Finally, the Moto G (2nd Gen.) is the last of the three Motorola-branded handsets making the trip overseas. Interestingly enough, this Moto G for Chinese customers will have 4G LTE connectivity, something that the U.S.-based variant doesn’t offer. It will have dual-SIM support, and a quad-core processor tucked under that 5-inch display.