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.
The chimerical Moto X (aka Google X Phone) has been a star of the rumor mill for so long that we almost can’t believe we’re finally nearing its official unveiling. What’s even more extraordinary is it doesn’t appear to be flying solo, with a Droid Ultra and M Ultra likely escorting it.
People looking into to picking up a Moto X phone will have the ability to customize the handset’s colors, wallpapers, as well as a personalized engraving.
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.
Motorola has been working hard lately at re-branding their company before the release of their hotly anticipated flagship phone(s) for 2013. If this leak is true, it looks like not everything will be completely new.
Motorola Mobility has been around for ages now so this brand new logo symbolizes the change in direction the company has been promising they will pursue starting this year. Also, colors!
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.
Motorola Moto X has been leaked by serial leak tweeter @evleaks, 720p display and dual-core processor under the hood.
While many iPhone users have been hoping for a phone closer in size to that of larger smartphones, Google and Samsung are now planning to scale back the size of their phones to something closer to what Apple is producing. Samsung is releasing two “mini” 4.3-inch versions of their Galaxy S4, called the G4 zoom
The X Phone by Motorola has been rumored for what feels like forever, and finally we have some solid and reliable news on the upcoming device. Motorola head Dennis Woodside spoke at D11 today, and not only did he mention that Motorola will launch a handful of new phones by October, he also mentioned that
Newly leaked benchmarks of what looks to be none other than the long rumored Motorola X Phone confirm it's a mid range device, breaks many hearts.
An FCC filing as appeared for a Motorola device with model number XT1058. It looks similar to the early leaks of the X Phone, could this be it? Who knows.
A popular Chinese analyst is claiming that Google has put their X Phone project aside in order to go back to Motorola for further development. The analyst believes this to be due to a lack of innovation and new technology.
Motorola has demanded billions of dollars in patent royalties from Microsoft, but the courts have sided with Microsoft, saying Motorola is only entitled to $1.8 million.
It will soon be illegal for anyone in the U.S. to unlock his or her smartphone to use it for another provider. The U.S. Library of Congress determined back in October 2012 that it was legal for consumer to unlock their smartphones, but only until January 26th, 2013.
Apple lost a percentage of its value on Monday after news was made aware about the company cutting their iPhone orders in half.
Just recently CEO Mike McNamara of Flextronics International Ltd., which is a Singapore-based company, hinted on bringing manufacturing back to the United States.