Today Motorola announced that it would be closing the Fort Worth factory by the end of the year, due to weak sales of the Moto X, associated with high costs.
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Today only, Motorola is selling the Moto X starting from $299 unlocked. That’s the price for the 16GB model, while the 32GB model and the Developer Edition will set you back $324.
On May 1st Motorola will be selling the 16GB Moto X for $299.99. However, the promotion will last for just 24 hours.
QuickCamera is a free app, now in alpha, that attempts to replicate Motorola’s Quick Capture feature on just about any device.
The Next Web Twitter user @evleaks apparently has morsels not just about a red HTC One (M8) but also about new Moto X+1 custom back covers. The said user has leaked a list naming wood and leather as additional upcoming back panel options for the second-generation Moto X rumored to be called the Moto X+1. The leaked list also named several other custom back panels classified as “Cool,” “Neutral,” and “Warm.” The list has a total of 5 categories offering 25 various back panel options, as shown below: Cool – Navy Turquoise Olive Royal Blue Dark Teal Neutral – Slate…
The successor to the Moto X could be called the “X+1″, and Motorola is preparing to offer leather as part of its customization program, claims @evleaks.
Starting tomorrow, Republic Wireless will offer Moto Maker support for customers interested in picking up a Moto X for use on their prepaid network.
The Motorola Moto X has now officially launched in Australia, priced at $549.
Motorola’s executives repeatedly asked for more support from Google, in form of technology and marketing funds, but Larry Page ultimately turned them down.