Today’s the big day! Later today, the Moto X will finally have its big launch event. In the meantime, the Moto X-related Motorola Connect and Motorola Migrate are now available.
With just a day to go, Motorola hosted a special #MeetMotoX promo contest on its Twitter account, rewarding some lucky New Yorkers with free tickets to tomorrow’s live event.
Motorola revealed some more details about the X8 “computing system” that powers the Moto X and Verizon’s new Droid lineup. Extensive software optimization enables better performance with low battery consumption.
According to Taylor Wimberly, the upcoming Moto X’s camera will feature 1.4 micron sensor pixels and an oversampling technology that combines several pixels for optimal video clarity.
The Moto X is rumored to be launched in Brazil this August, with a Moto X teaser also showing up on Motorola’s Argentina page. Read on for more details!
Motorola apparently plans to market the Moto X as the world’s most compact high-end Android device. But is a compact build still desirable in the age of super phones?
In a series of photos the Moto X was first compared with the Droid 3, and it was then revealed that the Moto X would feature a Nano-SIM. Read on for more!
Here’s everything we know about the Moto X ahead of its launch. We look at design, specs, smart features and availability.
The Moto X camera application is now available to download as an APK, allowing us all to enjoy the minimalist UI. Read on for all the details!
There have been octacores out there before, but there was always a caveat preventing them from being true 8-core processors. MediaTek has changed all that.