Right now you can get a GSM unlocked original Moto X for just $189.99, in brand new condition.
For those Moto X owners still holding out for Google’s latest sweet treat, the good news is that Android 5.1 Lollipop may finally be coming “in a few weeks”.
If you’re the owner of a Moto X (1st Gen. or 2nd Gen.) or Moto E (2nd Gen.) and happen to live in the United States, you’re in luck. By the looks of it, Motorola is preparing to roll out Android 5.1 to your mobile devices any day now.
To celebrate Mother’s Day, you can now buy a customized Moto 360 for just $179.99 ($70 off) from Motorola’s site. You can also grab a Moto X (2nd Gen.) and a pair of Tracks Air headphones for just $399.99.
Android 5.1 Lollipop has started rolling out to Moto X (2013) owners in Brazil. If all goes well, it’s only a matter of time before the update reaches other markets.
Right now you can get the Moto X Developer Edition unlocked and ready to go for just $149.99 in your choice of black or white via Ebay.
Motorola’s David Schuster has just explained in a Google+ post that the Moto X (1st Gen), Moto E (1st Gen) and Moto G with LTE (1st Gen) will all make the jump straight from KitKat to Android 5.1 Lollipop.
Motorola has begun soak testing its Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update for the first generation Moto X.
In a recent interview, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Design criticized Motorola’s Moto Maker program. Rick Osterloh, President of Motorola, caught wind of this interview and fired back, calling Apple’s prices “outrageous.”
The 2013 Moto X 32GB Developer Edition is currently on sale from Ebay for only $199.99. The device is brand new and comes in Woven White.