According to the news coming from Chinese website Weibo, Motorola is working on two new devices. The source of this piece of information is known to have made accurate assumptions about Motorola’s phones in the past, making the news sound rather legit. One of Motorola’s new offerings allegedly will be a 6.3-inch phablet, codenamed Xplay. The other will be Droid Ultra’s successor that for the time being is referred to as Quantum. Both phones should arrive at stores some time in 2014.
Motorola Mega Xplay and Droid Quantum
Other that that, there is not much we can tell you about either of the devices. The Motorola Xplay is said to come with a 6.3-inch display. If that pans out, it will be a huge step for Motorola from the current 4.7- to -5-inch range, closing in on Sony’s extra large Xperia Z Ultra with its 6.4-inch display.
The Xplay name itself seems to suggest a device focused on multimedia experience, especially gaming. But then again, codenames are chosen following a rather enigmatic pattern, and it is hard to tell if this particular one has anything to do with the phone’s properties or is just a product of the manufacturer’s imagination.
The Motorola Quantum is even more mysterious. The source did not reveal any details about the phone’s hardware, software or design. Being the Droid Ultra successor, the Quantum is sure to feature some upgrades but any speculation as to their nature would be nothing more than a wild guessing. If the device indeed are in the works, more rumors and leaks are bound to follow soon, hopefully with some useful details to discuss.