Three new Motorola devices have been vaguely leaked on Twitter thanks to @evleaks, although there’s pretty much no clarification on what any of them are. The Moto X Play, Droid MAXX II, and Moto Surround were mentioned, and aside from the Droid MAXX II, there’s definitely some wiggle room for speculation on what they could end up being.
My first thought about the Moto X Play was a Google Play Edition Moto X, which doesn’t make a ton of sense considering how close to stock Android Motorola’s interface is. There’s always a chance that they reveal a heavy skin for the 3rd-gen Moto X tomorrow, then follow it up with a Play Store edition device, but I don’t think that’s likely. The X Play could end up being some kind of Android TV device with a companion controller, possibly a sporty version of the new Moto X, or it could just be the name of whatever their 2015 flagship will be. Moto X Play does sound a little better than Moto X 3rd-generation, right?
The Moto Surround could be a few different things, but I don’t think it’s going to be a phone or tablet. The Surround could be a Bluetooth headset, possibly to go with a sporty Moto X, which would make sense in how fitness-focused smartphones are becoming. I think there’s also a chance that the Surround turns out to be a VR headset, especially since every other company on the planet is looking into VR, but I think Surround is a pretty terrible name for that.
Until Motorola officially announces anything to clear these up, we’ll just have to keep guessing. Have any guesses as to what some of these devices will end up being?