We’ve all talked about it, we’ve all craved for it at one time or another, but ultimately we risk being heavily disappointed by Motorola’s Moto X.
In an interview on Thursday, the CEO of Motorola Mobility told CNET that the Moto X is only the flagship device of a number of phones that will carry the Moto X branding on them. Among them will be a cheaper version of the device for prepaid carriers.
This August is shaping up to be a busy, busy month for America’s number one wireless communications service provider. Verizon will reportedly look to finally unveil its own version of the HTC One, plus its exclusive new Droid family members and the Moto X.
There’s only a day left to go before Motorola makes the Moto X official, and word has got out that the handset’s camera will use an oversampling technique to capture pictures with a high amount of detail and color accuracy.
Google and Motorola’s Moto X pups are set to enter this world soon, and the bill for adopting one of these handsets won’t burn a hole through anyone’s pocket.
Had enough of the seemingly endless rumor bonanza starring the already mythical Motorola X? Don’t want to hear about the phone until it becomes official? We know the feeling, but there’s nothing we can do for you at this time other than… bring you another couple of “leaks”.
Motorola’s soon to be revealed smartphones are finally opening up to us, one by one, courtesy of unofficial “leaks” with a very high degree of credibility. There’s the Moto X, which is essentially as transparent as glass already, plus the Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx and Mini.
I hope you’re not tired of hearing about Motorola’s upcoming Moto X phone because here we have another possible leak for the device showing off some of the customization options.
It looks like the endless “X Phone” saga may finally be coming to an end as Motorola beings advertising its upcoming device. The ad also includes a possible hint that might confirm some rumors.
Motorola Droid Ultra gets listed on the official Motorola web page, pretty much confirms the Kevlar body.
The heavily rumored Moto X phone or XFON or whatever you want to call it is finally starting to look like a real device. The only issue is that it’s not looking like a special one, at least so far. The camera samples only echo the sentiment.
And the rumors keep piling up. We didn’t even get a chance to take a breath after tracking that mystery ad campaign that could hint at the Motorola X being released on August 1 and we already have a new scoop.
The phone that seems like it will never be officially announced continues its FCC tour, this time with a new variant for another carrier. Hopefully this is a sign that an announcement is sooner rather than later.