According to a new report, the Moto X branding may be a thing of the past. It is being reported that this year's phones will release as the Moto Z Style and Moto Z Play, a similar naming convention to the current phones except for the Z. This new report follows the one that said the upcoming phones may step into the modular game.
As VentureBeat reported last week, Motorola has at least two flagship phones in the works once again this year, including a pair of 5.5-inchers codenamed Vertex and Vector Thin. And in an attempt to bridge old and new, these two devices will marry the new brand name with last year's Moto X model names. The result? Vector Thin, the more premium handset, will be known as the Moto Z Style, while Vertex will apparently be dubbed Moto Z Play.
The new phones are expected to be announced during Lenovo's Tech World, which begins June 9. Not only should we see the phones, but also the attachments, which may hit retail stores under the MotoMods branding instead of Amps. What are your thoughts on changing from the Moto X to Moto Z? Let us know in the comments!