Motorola's next-gen Moto X, which has become an intense subject of discussion, may now be released in an unlocked/unbranded/Bloatware-free variant.

According to a Verge report, the Moto X next-gen bloatware-free variant will be termed the 'Pure Edition', which means that the yet-to-be-released variant will not be stuffed with the various carrier-applications that conventional brand-specific (carrier-locked) smartphones come with.

The Verge report also states that the Moto X next-gen being a 'Pure variant' will not run Stock Android and instead, the normal OS would be tweaked to offer and support the stock-Android nature.

Once the 'Pure Edition' Moto X goes official, users should check out for the absence of a carrier-branding on the outer body of the handset unlike conventional carrier-branded smartphone units.

However, potential buyers of the 'Pure Edition Moto X' should keep in mind the fact that despite offering a 'Pure Android' experience, the smartphone will carry 'limited' Motorola-specific apps.

As of now, it is not known as to when Motorola will officially launch the next-gen 'Pure Android' Moto X variant. Motorola's official website lists the 'Pure Android' smartphone as coming soon.

Those wanting to get a feel of the 'Pure Experience' that Moto X second-generation smartphone is claimed to offer can click here to get updates on when the smartphone will be launched, and pre-order the device.

Currently, the conventional Moto X (2014) is available to pre-order in the United Kingdom, at Phones4U, Unlocked Mobiles and Clove.

Moto X 2014 key technical specifications:

  • 5.2in AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, enclosed within Gorilla Glass 3
  • Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating platform, upgradeable to Android L
  • 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor
  • 13MPrear camera, and a 2MP front snapper
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16/32 GB fixed internal storage options
  • 4G LTE, 3G, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and microUSB connectivity
  • 2,300 mAh Li-Ion battery with unknown backup/talk time