Motorola has published a Moto X phone sign up page on its website, although the device is not yet officially listed.
By signing up for more information, you’ll make sure you receive more Moto X info via email, once Motorola is ready to reveal more details about the handset. But that’s pretty much all you get right now, a chance to register your interest for the device.
The page looks very much like yesterday’s ad, reminding users that the USA-made Moto X will be coming soon and will feature support for some user customizations.
The company confirmed the handset during the D11 conference last month, but it did not show official images of the upcoming flagship smartphone, nor did it mention specs and features for the handset.
That still hasn’t changed, even though the company has posted the Moto X sign-up page on its website. What’s clear though is that Google is interested in creating plenty of Moto X buzz around July 4, considering that the handset will be assembled in the USA.
Since seeing the first official ad for the Moto X yesterday, we heard that the handset will reportedly not be included in the Droid family with Verizon, and we’ve seen several other details about the device get mentioned.
While nothing is official just yet, we’re definitely interested in seeing the handset’s contextual awareness features and language processing abilities in action.
What we do know is that the phone will be launched later this summer with a variety of U.S. and international carriers, so it’s probably safe to assume that the handset will be properly announced in the coming days/weeks.