Today, Soni once again took to Google+ to announce that he is leaving the company for parts unknown. He spoke fondly of his time on Motorola, and stressed his optimism for the company's future, saying:
Soni had been a manager on Google's Mobile Strategy team before he was appointed to his seat as VP of Product at Motorola in August of 2012, a few months after Google's purchase of the company was completed. Now, two years later, Soni is moving on, though he doesn't say what his plans are for the future, just that he wants to recapture the feeling he had when announcing the Moto G in Brazil.
It is unclear why Soni has chosen now to leave, although the early (and unsubstantiated) speculation attributes it to the pending sale of Motorola to Lenovo. If more information on the move comes to light, we'll be sure to let you know.
source: +Punit Soni