CyanogenMod 11 nightly builds have been released for the T-Mobile (XT1053) and Verizon (XT1060) developer edition of the Moto X.
We roundup some of the best Moto X cases, including, slim fit cases, cases with holsters, rugged cases, and more.
We take another look at the Moto X months after its release date, especially considering the big piece of news from this past week.
The Motorola Moto X has now arrived to the UK, currently available only through Phones4U. Several other retailers are expected to carry the handset within the next few days.
Motorola has now announced that Moto X owners in Canada can look forward to an Android 4.4.2 KitKat rollout sometime this week.
For just one hour at 3PM EST, Motorola will offer the Moto X for $100 off. This means you can buy the (off-contract) Moto X for as little as $299!
On January 27th, Motorola will offer the Moto X for $100 off for just one hour. After the deal ends, you’ll still be able to get it for $75 off all the way up to Valentine’s Day!
Dennis Woodside has now hinted about Motorola’s future plans, suggesting they will continue to push pricing down even further with future budget devices. Beyond that, they will also focus on bringing even more customization to their premium offerings.
As expected, the Motorola Moto X can now be custom ordered in Walnut, Teak and Ebony finishes. The new wood options will cost an extra $25, however.
In a recent Signals Research test it was determined that the Moto X outperformed several other major Android devices in terms of network connectivity performance. Keep reading for more details!