Items tagged with Moto X

Motorola's best shot at unseating the iPhone, the Moto X, will soon launch on AT&T, and now the details are finally official. Starting on August 23, the standard black and white versions of the Android-powered smartphone will hit shelves, and customers will also be able to build and design their own customized Moto X via the Moto Maker website on the same day. If you'll recall, AT&T somehow snagged exclusive access to this customization option, making it the carrier to beat on the X's launch. AT&T will offer the 16 GB Moto X for $199.99 and the 32 GB Moto X for $249.99 with a two-year agreement.  With AT&T Next, the 16 GB model is available for $27 per month and the 32 GB... Read more...
There are a lot of really great smartphones on the market today. With various manufacturers competing for their slice of the smartphone market, there are a lot of factors to consider when shopping for one of these high-end phones. Although some consumers may find the myriad of options confusing or overwhelming, we find it exciting. After all, competition leads to better devices and features and we’re the benefactors. Superphone Round-Up: Samsung, HTC, LG and More In this product showcase, we’ll take a closer look at three of the hottest phones currently on the market: the HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S 4, and LG Optimus G Pro. Not to leave all other phones out in the cold, we’ll... Read more...
There are a lot of really great smartphones on the market today. With various manufacturers competing for their slice of the smartphone market, there are a lot of factors to consider when shopping for one of these high-end phones. Although some consumers may find the myriad of options confusing or overwhelming, we find it exciting. After all, competition leads to better devices and features and we’re the benefactors. In this product showcase, we’ll take a closer look at three of the hottest phones currently on the market: the HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S 4, and LG Optimus G Pro. Not to leave all other phones out in the cold, we’ll also consider a few additional superphones that... Read more...
Shopping a high-end handset, are you? Well fancy that, we just happen to have something you may want to look at! Wading through the pertinent specs of several different smartphones is, quite frankly, a little overwhelming, especially when you're starting at a 2-year commitment with the one you ultimately choose. To help you make an educated decision, we've put together a chart of some of the more popular smartphones as of late so you can quickly and easily compare the specs of each one. Not only did we put together a list of specs, but when possible, we also linked to our own review/analysis of each device, the sole exception being Motorola's new Moto X handset (we'll have a review in due time).... Read more...
It's here. After months and months of rumors, leaks, etc., Motorola's X is official, and carriers far and wide are doing all they can to sway potential buyers to their particular version. Following Sprint's own announcement of the device, AT&T has announced that it'll allow customers to customize their Moto X. The customizable version of Moto X is the first smartphone designed by you, assembled in the USA and available only at AT&T. Using an online studio, customers will be able to choose color options, accent colors, text for the rear, unique wallpapers, and 16GB of 32GB of storage. Of course, ColorWare has offered something similar for every phone ever made, but this marks the first... Read more...
A leaked tech demo posted to YouTube shows off Motorola's upcoming Moto X smartphone, a highly intelligent device that is sure to win over a few fans with its wealth of tricks and features. The Moto X handset, which is launching exclusive to Rogers in Canada this August (no mention of a US release yet), will be available in black and white, but the real thrill of using it comes from its voice activated features. The tech demo heavily emphasizes Google Now, which Moto X users can engage without touching the device. In the demo, a woman is shown asking Google Now what the weather will be like in Toronto while she types away on a computer, never having to reach down to tap the handset. Have a look:... Read more...
Motorola's pitching itself as one of the good ol' boys in a new ad boasting about its Fort Worth, Texas assembly plant and the fact that you'll be able to customize its unreleased Moto X smartphone tomorrow. The full-page ad is scheduled to run today in The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post. "Tomorrow, you'll eat burgers, watch fireworks, and celebrate the freedom to be whoever you want to be," the ad begins. "It's with this same spirit that we're bringing you something new. The first smartphone that you can design yourself. Because today you should have the freedom to design the things in your life to be as unique as you are." Motoroa's tagline for the Moto... Read more...
Out of the 130 million smartphones floating around the U.S., can you guess how many of them were assembled stateside? If you said anything higher than "zero," you guessed too many. There's not a single smartphone factory in the U.S., though Motorola is determined to change that and plans to open the first such facility in Fort Worth, Texas. That will be the site where every Moto X smartphone sold the U.S. will be produced, Motorola's Dennis Woodside announced at the AllThingsD conference this week. Image Source: Flickr (Serfs UP ! Roger Sayles) "There were a few reasons why we decided to do this. There are several business advantages to having our Illinois and California-based designers and engineers... Read more...
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