While the Nexus 6 is very similar to the Moto X in terms of design – featuring a plastic curved back with matte effect and metal sides, the Droid Turbo has an industrial appearance. A Lenovo consultant had turned it transparent not long ago, which typically Lenovo will likely production the cell phones, as the building job is treated by Motorola. Former President of Motorola, Rick Osterloh, will be leading the combined smartphone unit. The primary camera at the rear along with the accompanying LED flash have been placed in a pill-shaped panel, which is usually seen in Motorola smartphones.
As it turns out that report might have been right because according to a recently leaked image, it shows off an alleged Lenovo handset dubbed the Lemon X which is said to have been designed by Motorola. But the shape of the panel is slightly different from the ones seen in Motorola handsets.
Lenovo explained the move in its earnings call by saying that “there will now be a more-simple, streamlined product portfolio, with fewer, more clearly-differentiated models”. Images of the Moto X Bounce smartphone had been leaked earlier and the upcoming device has been spotted on benchmarking websites and passing through telecom regulatory agencies. Although, a statement by Lenovo paired with the design of the “Lemon X” strongly suggest that Motorola was involved with the design of the device. Well, the company decided they wanted to streamline things awhile back, and the Lenovo Lemon X could be one of the first products made with their new way of thinking. The phone also seems to have a fingerprint sensor on the back, which is new to Marshmallow, Android’s latest operating system.