We already know that the Moto X+1 and Moto 360 are Motorola’s flagship smartphone and smartwatch, respectively. A bit of information found by Hello Moto HK through Motorola’s Bug2Go software reveals that the Moto X+1 will indeed be available on all four of the United States’ biggest carriers. Aside from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile being mentioned, there are variants for Latin America and other unspecified locations. Also found was a listing for the Moto 360, but we are not quite sure what the different codenames are for. One goes by xWatch and the others go by xClock.
Other than those two devices mentioned previously, we have not really heard all that much of what else is in the works. Today, we have a look at new codenames of other Motorola devices. The new codenames include Titan, Quantum, and ULine. ULine is attached to Verizon and VoLTE, so that could be related to the launch of their upcoming network. Or it could just be a Verizon-only smartphone that will utilize their VoLTE network. Titan, on the other hand, is attached to Latin America and Asia. Perhaps that is a device destined for only those markets. And the details on Quantum are very vague (like much of this leak).
As is the case with many leaks, take this one with a grain of salt because these codenames may belong to things Motorola was working on at one point but decided to scrap. The codenames for this leak to watch out for are Xplus1 and xWatch/xClock obviously, and ULine.