If you missed your last chance to get the unlocked Moto X for $150 off, you now have another shot at it, thanks to a deal ran by Motorola together with the Today Show.
Motorola has published an out-of-the-box Moto X print ad in Wired’s January edition that lets users change the colors of the phone by simply touching the paper.
For now, only the Bamboo option is available on the Moto Maker customization site, for a price to match the uniqueness of the material – $100, on top of the regular price of the device of $99-$199 on contract.
Motorola has posted a message on Twitter teasing the wooden Moto X and suggesting that wood cases may be soon launched. Read on for more details!
A new update to the Moto X’s Motorola Camera app has now arrived to Google Play bringing manual control of focus and exposure, locked exposure during Panorama capture, additional language support and a few unspecified bug fixes.
After making its way over to the other four major U.S. carriers and even US Cellular, Android 4.4 KitKat has now arrived to the Sprint Moto X.
Motorola brings a holiday cheer to Moto X and Moto G owners in form of a new boot animation for the handsets.
The unlocked Moto X is back on sale for $150 off, via Motorola — for a very limited time. Keep reading for more details!
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Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside sat down with YouTuber Marques Brownlee for an interview touching some interesting topics, from Motorola’s relation to Google, to the company’s plans for wearables, and the futuristic Project Ara.