A slew of Motorola phones and a successor to the Xoom tablet have leaked on the interwebs, offering a glimpse of Moto’s plans to re-assert its credentials as a go-to brand for high-end kit.
The hitherto unheard-of devices inadvertently appeared on the US phone maker’s website while it was being revamped. Naturally, they’ve since been pulled. But in the short window that they were up PocketNow nabbed some natty screengrabs.
Leading Moto’s charge on the tablet front is the Xoom 2, which appears to differ little from the original. But the likelihood is that it’ll rock 4G and will most likely be a more compact device in line with the sleeker models in the Samsung Galaxy Tab range.
New phones present and correct, meanwhile, include the Slimline - a smart-looking handset with a tapering back that shows Moto has copped a few lessons from the Xperia Arc – and the Zaha, which rather bombastically we’re informed is nothing less than “the future now” and takes after the Samsung Galaxy S 2 in the looks department.
Rounding off the line-up is the Tracy XL, which appears to be a watch phone straight out of a Cold War spy movie.
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