Those user changeable plates are widely rumored to be for a lower cost Moto X, which Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has mentioned is coming at some point. We’re not sure that’s accurate, though.
For Verizon customers eagerly waiting to get your hands on the Moto X, the day has come! The handset is currently available through Verizon’s online store for $199 in your choice of black or white.
The Moto X costs $221 to build, a new teardown apparently reveals, although the number is not confirmed by Motorola.
Both docks are manufactured by Griffin, and they’re selling for $39.95 each.
Motorola and AT&T have kicked off MotoMaker Moto X orders, with both on-contract and off-contract purchases available to interested buyers.
The Moto X launched on AT&T just a couple of days ago, and now Verizon has just announced a Moto X launch date for Aug. 29. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
T-Mobile has published a support page for the Moto X, even though it’s not selling the handset at this time.
The Moto X from Verizon appears to be on track for an August 29 launch. Will you be picking it up?
A 32GB Moto X Developer Edition will soon be available from Motorola, the company revealed on its website.
For a new device, the Moto X is easily labelled with the “less than” tag in regard to hardware. Not the fastest processor, or the most memory. No removable battery, and no 20 megapixel shooter. In the teardown process, though, it became clear that Moto really did rethink mobile phone assembly.