Verizon has posted on its website a Moto X sign up page for interested buyers, although the company is yet to announce official availability details for the handset.
The carrier reminds buyers that the phone is “assembled in the USA” and says that it will initially sell the handset in black and white – or Woven Black and Woven White – with MotoMaker support set to arrive later this year to Verizon.
Big Red also says that the phone will be launched in the “coming weeks.”
AT&T is the exclusive U.S. mobile operator that will offer Moto X customizing options to potential buyers, with the exclusivity deal expected to expire at some point in November.
In addition to AT&T and Verizon, the Moto X will also be available from Sprint and U.S. Cellular, with a T-Mobile-compatible version to be sold directly by Motorola.
Pricing for the handset is expected to start at $199.99 for the 16GB version.
What U.S. carrier are you buying the handset from?