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What is Motorola launching on June 9th?

It seems that Motorola is launching something on June 9th as reports says that their CEO, Yang Yuanqing, specified that its subsidiary, Motorola, will be releasing a new device on June 9th. While neither a name nor nod was given, the executive specified that the product would be “exciting”. From few days we did have seen some sexy leaks of the Moto G4 and most probably, this what coming out! 😀

In July of last year, Motorola announced the Moto X Style, which was released in the United States as the Moto X Pure Edition, along with sibling smartphone the Moto X Play. July was alsowhen the heavily leaked Moto G (3rd Edition) made its debut as well. It is thus unclear as to what this June announcement will bring forth, though a refresh of one or both products would certainly seem logical.

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LEAKED Images of the Moto G4

Given that Samsung and LG both bumped-up their bringing-forth flagships this year, it would not be surprising to see Motorola do the same. While purely speculative, it is worth pointing out that while the purported Moto G 4th Edition and Moto G Pro have been making the rounds, not much has been seen of what is believed to be the metal-made Moto X. Behold the menagerie of Moto that have made headlines in the past few days: While June may be a number of weeks away, if the past few weeks are any indication, expect there to be more substantial product leaks as the build-up begins.

What do you think? Are you excited about the potential new Motorola products, or is the potential design not quite what you had in mind? Do let us know in the comment sections below and we shall get back to you for a proper discussion! 😀 Cheers! Also, Let us know what you think should be the newest feature Moto G4 will be coming with!

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Judhajeet Das

Tech Passionate and Heavy Geek! Into Blogging world since 2014 and never looked back since then :) I am also a YouTube Video Producer and Co-own InMyPlanet Networks under which Tekh Decoded is based. Co-Founder, Tekh Decoded.

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