As soon as Lenovo’s $2.91 billion Motorola buyout was announced, the Chinese manufacturer moved to reassure fans that things would continue down the path carved by the recent Moto X and Moto G.
That’s the story we’re relaying again today, but this time with a bunch of, like, actual devices thrown in for good measure.
G 4 Games has been doing a bit of digging around, and appears to credit Chinese-language Weibo, in addition to stressing that the unnamed source has “a pretty flawless track record”.
Specifically, we’re told that things won’t be shaken up too much for the foreseeable future, well into 2015, with any devices currently in the pipeline essentially being allowed to continue their magical journey into consumer hands.
One such device might well be the Moto Xplay, tipped to launch as Motorola’s first phablet, with a 6in (or above) display. And it comes as no surprise to hear that Motorola will release a(nother) smartwatch at some point, this being Year of the Smartwatch 'n' all.
There’s also supposedly a Moto X successor in the works, though it probably won’t come with the current model’s “made in America” boast, as at least some of the production – it’s suggested – will likely go down in China.
Of course, things will have to change eventually, assuming Lenovo wants its spanking new acquisition to become, y’know, profitable.