The anticipated Motorola Moto X3 smartphone may just have shown up on import and export tracking site Zauba. A listing has appeared on the site for a Moto smartphone with Motorola Moto X3 naming, believed to be the next Moto X-series smartphone from Lenovo.
The listing further hints that the Moto X3 may feature a 5-inch display and support single-SIM. The Zauba listing shows that the units were shipped last month from the United States to India. According to the declared values, the Moto X3 is seen priced at Rs. 6,812. Though, to be noted is that import/ export website price listings are only declared values, and usually are not accurate reflections of actual market price. The listing was first spotted by Roland Quandt of Winfuture.de.
If the Zauba listing turns out to be true, then it is also the Moto X3 may be the first handset in thr Motorola lineup to sport the “Moto by Lenovo” branding. Considering that Lenovo has confirmed plans to overhaul the Moto brand to “Moto by Lenovo”, the leaked Moto X3 smartphone is unlikely to don just Motorola branding. However, we will have to wait for the handset’s unveiling to find out the new branding.
Previously, images of the purported Moto G 2016 and Moto X 2016 prototypes were leaked online.
In recent few weeks, Motorola has been busy rolling out the Android Marshmallow OTA update to its smartphones in India. The Moto X Play and the budget Moto G (Gen 3) handsets received the update.