You might have heard or even confronted with the persistent carrier logo in the notification bar bug, which plagues the international Moto G, Moto E and Moto X models by Motorola, preventing the users from seeing the notifications received on their smartphones. Not to worry, there is a fix and its coming very soon, according to Motorola’s VP, Product Management, who shared a screenshot that shows a new setting in Android 4.4.3 which will allow users to disable the network name in status bar.
The hawk-eye of the Android users that follow Mr Punit on G+ allowed them to notice that the screenshot has 1920 x 1080 pixels, and the only Motorola device with such a screen resolution is the upcoming Moto Xplus1. We know this from previous GFX Bench leak and it appears that Mr. Punit Soni is using a Moto Xplus1 as its daily driver.
On top of this news, several other screenshots posted on Google+ allegedly confirm the Xplus1 model for Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S., for the UK, EMEA region and Latin America.
Aside from the news about Moto X+1, a few other Motorola devices codenamed Titan, Vanquish, Quantum and Ulin are also revealed by these last screenshots, but at this point we have no details of what they are. Could be a new line of smartphones part of the Droid series for all we know. The same screenshots hint at Moto 360 smartwatch, but using its codename xWatch, xClock.
What do you think of these new code names? What could they mean?